Overview of 2003 Pima County Jane Doe
Remains found by archaeologist while working on Goldwater Range. It appeared that someone had attempted to make a burial ground and a makeshift cross (made out of sticks and a tie of some sort), which was placed near the remains. The majority of her lower extremities, spinal vertabrae, and arms/hands were not recovered. There were no restorations or caries in her dentals.
Estimated Date of Death: Months prior State of Remains: Partial skeletal remains Cause of Death: Unknown
Dentals: Available Fingerprints: Unknown DNA: Unknown
Clothing: Black skirt, brand "Oki Dokey", size L; Blue pants with floral pattern, size 14, "Route 66" brand; Gray checked pants, size S; Purple pants, brand "Una Core", size M; Black halter top, brand "Karee", size L; Black halter top, brand "KS Kings", Purple halter tops (2), brand "Dakore" size XL; Blue halter top, size L; Blue sleeveless shirt, "Identity" brand, Green long-sleeved shirt, brand "Tempo," White lace women's panties, brand "Vandiora", size M; Black lace women's panties; Two pairs of white women's panties; Two purple bras; Black bra; White bra; One white "Avia" brand tennis shoe, size 7 1/2; One white sock, brand "The One" Jewelry: White beads with cross (Rosary); Green hair tie Additional Personal Items: Possible receipt or letterhead from a Tijuana, Mexico, business; A blue backpack, brand "Sempre", containing paper with telephone number, a floral pouch with assorted makeup, toothbrush, hair accessories, and a green bandana.
The Doe Network Case Number: 718UFAZ