Overview of 2002 Miami-Dade County Jane Doe
The body was found in a Wooded area at 14420 N.W. 107th Avenue, Miami, Florida on April 19, 2002. The individual who discovered the body was getting a truck serviced and while waiting, walked across the street to use the restroom. He observed a white plastic box that had flies swarming around it and then noticed a foul odor coming from inside. The box was opened and he observed the lower body of the deceased. A second box was also found. The boxes were labeled "property of Walgreens Co." Further investigation revealed that her body was cut in half and the only remains that were found was the upper and lower torso. No missing-person reports match her description. That, along with her clothing, makes authorities believe she could have been a recent Hispanic immigrant.
Estimated Date of Death: 1-5 days prior State of Remains: Traumatic injuries Cause of Death: Unknown
Dentals: Not available. Fingerprints: Available. DNA: Available.
Clothing: Brazilian-made stretch blue jeans with bell bottoms and three decorative seams down the front and back of each leg. They were size 38, equivalent to size 0 in American sizes; her sleeveless shirt, with dark diagonal stripes against a light background, was made in Hialeah or Miami Lakes and sold locally in a U.S. Tops store; she also wore Victoria's Secret thong underwear, size small; white tube socks and a size 34 bra by Laura, made in Colombia. Jewelry: Unknown. Additional Personal Items: Unknown.
The Doe Network Case Number: 1488UFFL