Tag: New Mexico

San Juan County Jane Doe

Artist's reconstruction of the San Juan County Jane Doe from the front and the side

DISCOVERY: While hiking in Fruitland, San Juan County, New Mexico on January 22, 1991, hikers discovered the partial skeletal remains of a deceased individual. According to reports, the bones were found in a shallow grave in a dead end canyon, about half-a-mile south away from APS Four Corners Plant Road. AUTOPSY: Based on the state of the

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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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The Disappearance of Anthonette Cayedito

EARLY LIFE: Anthonette Cayedito was born on December 25, 1976. Growing up, she lived in the 200 block of Arnold Street, in Gallup, New Mexico with her mother, Penny, and her sisters, Senida and Wendy. She had a father named Larry, but he and Penny would later divorce. Nicknamed “Squirrel”, Anthonette was known for having

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