Overview of 1998 Davidson County Jane Doe
On Wednesday morning March 18, 1998, a tugboat captain reported seeing a body floating west in the Cumberland River near Cleese's Ferry and Hunter's Marina. The rescue squad pulled the body of a partially clothed woman from the water at Harbor Marina and Cleese's Ferry. She had been shot in the head twice. A woman fitting her description was seen on the evening of March 17 on Music Valley Drive in a store with a man. She was wearing a white Sport Tweetie in training tee shirt, black pants, and a gold zodiac necklace.
Estimated Date of Death: Hours prior State of Remains: Recognizable face Cause of Death: Homicide by gunshot
Dentals: Available. $10,000 worth of dental care. Fingerprints: Unknown. DNA: Unknown.
Clothing: Black nylon pants (torn) with "Sport" "Tweety In Training" patch, white panties. Jewelry: Gold necklace with Gold Zodiac "LEO" emblem, 2 rings: 1 dark gray, 1 lighter gold. Additional Personal Items: (1) white reebok tennis shoe with red trim.
The Doe Network Case Number: 194UFTN