Overview of July 30, 1980 Los Angeles, CA John Doe
On July 30, 1980 at approximately 6:00 a.m., the body of an unidentified Hispanic male was found submerged in a public swimming pool, located at 127 South Gless Street in Pecan Park in Los Angeles, California. It is believed he had been deceased for less than 24 hours prior to discovery. Another person was standing outside of the pool and told authorities that the decedent went into the pool and never resurfaced. Per the friend, the decedent's first name may have been Michael and he may have lived in Compton, California.
Estimated Date of Death: Less than 24 hours
State of Remains: Recognizable face
Cause of Death: Unknown
Clothing: A "Golden Touch" size 16 multi-colored shirt , blue slacks, white socks, Jockey type shorts, size 38-40 waist and blue and gold size 7 tennis shoes.
Jewelry: No jewelry.
Additional Personal Items: $3.37, five keys on two rings, two combs, ten firecrackers and “Zig Zag” brand cigarette papers.
The Doe Network Case Number: 3327UMCA