Overview of 2000 Oneida County John Doe
The decedent's skeletal remains were found in Harshaw, Wisconsin, on October 4, 2000.
Estimated Date of Death: 1999 - 2000 State of Remains: Skeletal Cause of Death: Undetermined, appears to be probable suicide
Dentals: Available Fingerprints: Not Available DNA: Available
Clothing: White jockey-style underwear (size 34); Dark-colored sweatpants with drawstring and pockets (size medium); Green wool-type socks; Pullover black-colored shirt; Pullover-style sweatshirt with white-colored square pictorial of mountains and an insignia "West" on the front; Wear Guard brand dark, solid-colored pullover-style sweatshirt; David Taylor white pullover-style T-shirt (size large); Black and gray plaid insulated jacket; A pair of light blue-colored New Balance athletic shoes (size 10.5). Jewelry: Hemp material necklace with a gold-colored ring hanging from it. The ring had a monogram of the initials HFM. A pair of sunglasses were also at the scene. Additional Personal Items: A blue backpack and blue sleeping bag; Possible portion of Pennsylvania Drivers License or ID card; A stuffed blue rabbit; Large hunting-type knife; Multiple pain medications (pill form). He also had a pair of glasses with an unknown prescription.
The Doe Network Case Number: 1772UMWI