Overview of October 1990 Harris County Jane Doe
The victim was located in a drainage ditch at 9700 Beechnut in Houston, Texas on October 18, 1990 by children playing.
In 2008, prosecutors charged Terrence Tyrone Johnson with the murder. Johnson, who is serving a life sentence for another murder, confessed to the homicide after undergoing a religious experience.
Police suspect the woman's name may have been Cassandra and that she lived in the area.
Estimated Date of Death: 3 to 4 weeks prior State of Remains: Decomposed Cause of Death: Homicide by beating
Dentals: Unknown; mandible not recovered. Fingerprints: Not available. DNA: Unknown.
Clothing: A white, short sleeve, round neck pullover shirt, with dark bands around the sleeves and waist, with a black and white logo reading "Marines Sport" brand name Enchant. An image of a sailor was also imprinted on the front. She was also wearing blue, black and gray tie-dyed pants with the split legs pinned together, brand name Cucmonga size medium; tan bra brand name Young Option, size 34 and blush-colored pantyhose. The clothing was size 5. Jewelry: One watch: gold-colored case with black face and roman numerals, black fabric band; one gold-colored ring with one large clear stone. It appeared she had probably worn rings on all of her fingers. Additional Personal Items: Unknown.
The Doe Network Case Number: 103UFTX