Saturday, October 31, 2015
SARASOTA FL: Both unknown victims, Jane Doe and John Doe, had been wearing clothes made in Italy with unusual belts, both victims were in the 40 to 45 year old range, both victims had been to a dentist with Jane Doe having extensive dental work and John Doe having most of his teeth, with no apparent dental restorations. Both unknown victims, Jane Doe and John Doe, from the clothing they were wearing and dental work, appear to have been people of means, not homeless as some people would guesstimate, Jane Doe also had breast implants.
SARASOTA — Eight years after investigators found her bones in a shallow grave, Sarasota sheriff’s detectives hope new computer-generated images will help identify the woman known only as “Jane Doe.” Jane Doe was found Feb. 6, 2007, in a wooded area 50 yards south of a old AUTO BODY repair shop in a commercial area, in the 5400 block of Ashton Court in Sarasota. “She had been dead for up to a year,” according to the sheriff’s office news release.
The sheriff’s office turned to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, which developed images using craniofacial reconstruction software. The victim apparently was a white woman in her late 30s or mid 40s. She stood about 5-foot-7 and weighed about 145 pounds. She had long reddish brown hair with blonde streaks. “Her eye color could not be determined and may be different than what is depicted,” the sheriff’s office said. Skeletal analysis indicated the victim may have fractured her nose and right wrist at some point in her life. Her breast implants were manufactured before serial numbers were issued, and she had extensive dental work. She was wearing a “Made in Italy” shirt and a skirt with a unusual leather belt made of straps tied together.
An analysis of the victim’s teeth, bone and hair is being performed to understand water consumption and diet in order to determine where in the country she lived. The University of South Florida is assisting with this part of the investigation, according to the sheriff’s office. The sheriff’s office also entered her DNA and dental profiles into government databases. Her body showed signs of trauma, skull fractures that were most likely caused before she was buried.
SARASOTA, Fla. (WFLA) – The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a death investigation following the discovery of human remains Wednesday in a wooded area.The sheriff’s office said that workers with a private water company found a skull when they were clearing a path to a well head in the 100 block of Cattlemen Road, Sarasota. They called 911 at 12:40 p.m. on Wednesday.
Forensic Services arrived on scene and located the rest of the remains about 50 feet south of the nearby parking lot. The Medical Examiner and the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office Forensics Unit will process the scene. This toxic water marsh is full of snakes, rats, fire ants and every conceivably rodent and insect, on top of that, the water in the area is contaminated and fenced off on all sides except behind 100 Cattlemen Rd, a good place to dump a body, with the heat and decomposition and the elements, you have bleached bones in no time at all.
According to a Sheriff’s Office release: The medical examiner says the unidentified man found in the 100 block of Cattlemen Road behind L3 Communications on Sept. 16th 2015 was more than 40 years old, possibly in his 50s, and was small in stature. He was wearing Wrangler jeans, size 29×30, waist 29 inches inseam 30 inches, he would be about 5′ 7″ tall and about 145 lbs, he had on an alligator skin belt with a distinctive belt buckle, a Gianni Velente Italian leather jacket and heavy Timberland hiking boots, not exactly dressed for the beach.
The dead guy had been carrying a Motorola flip phone that had not been turned on since 2008, A PENNY DATED 2012 WAS FOUND NEAR THE BODY. The man had healed rib fractures, and the second toe on his left foot also had a healed fracture. He suffered from gout, he was a drinker, and had most of his teeth, with no apparent dental restorations.
Sarasota: Jane Doe Meets John Doe both both bodies where found, 5400 Ashton Crt Sarasota Fl and 100 Cattlemen Rd Sarasota Fl, in close proximity to I-75.
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