Tag: Jane Doe

Jackson County Jane Doe (2001)

DISCOVERY: At approximately 12:00pm on August 19, 2001, an officer with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office pulled over a vehicle for a routine traffic stop in Jefferson, Jackson County, Georgia. The individual asked if he could relieve himself in a nearby wooded area, a request the officer granted. When he jumped over the guardrail, he

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Guadalupe County Jane Doe (1978)

DISCOVERY: On July 11, 1978, a foreman with the New Mexico Highway Department of Transportation was working along Highway 219, at the junction of I-40 and US Highway 84, when he came across the body of a deceased female. The location is in Guadalupe County, New Mexico, just outside of the city of Santa Rosa.

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San Clemente Jane Doe (2018)

DISCOVERY: On August 9, 2018, motorists saw a young Hispanic female walking with her hand out to the oncoming traffic along the right-hand shoulder of the northbound lanes of I-5 in Oceanside, California. Eventually, and for reasons still unknown to law enforcement, she made an attempt to run across the busy freeway. This resulted in

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Singer Island Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: During the late morning of June 16, 1974, a man and his two teenage children were searching for driftwood in a dense and swampy wooded area of Singer Island, located in North Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida. At just before noon, they were along the eastern edge of the Intracoastal Waterway, just north

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