Author Topic: MALAD JANE DOE: WF, 12-16, skull found in rural area of Oneida County, ID - 26 October 1986  (Read 129 times)

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“Jane Doe” was found in October 1986, not far from the remains of Patricia Campbell and Tina Anderson, whose remains were found in 1981. (Patricia and Tina disappeared from Pocatello in 1978) She is believed to be a Caucasian female aged 12-16 at the time of death.

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Case Report - NamUs UP # 13607
Case Information

Status Unidentified
Case number 2006-490
Date found October 26, 1986 00:00
Date created March 03, 2015 11:37
Date last modified May 28, 2015 11:48
Investigating agency
date QA reviewed

Local Contact (ME/C or Other)

Name E Horsley
Agency Oneida Cnty Coroners Ofc
Phone 208-766-4330
Case Manager
Name Todd Matthews
Phone 931-397-3893

Demographics

Estimated age Adult
Minimum age years
Maximum age years
Race Unsure
Ethnicity
Sex Unsure
Weight (pounds) , Cannot Estimate
Height (inches) , Cannot Estimate
Body Parts Inventory (Check all that apply)
Torso not recovered
One or more limbs not recovered
One or both hands not recovered
Body conditions
Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton

Circumstances

Location Found
GPS coordinates
Address 1 Two Mile Canyon
Address 2
City near Malad Idaho
State Idaho
Zip code
County Oneida
Circumstances
Skull was found in a rural are of Oneida county, Idaho, in 1986

Physical
Hair color Unknown or Completely Bald

Left eye color Unknown or Missing
Right eye color Unknown or Missing
Eye description

No other distinctive body features

Fingerprints
Status: Fingerprint information is currently not available

Dental
Status: Dental information / charting is available and will be entered later

DNA
Status: Sample is currently not available


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Jane Doe Recovered 1986 - near Malad, Idaho



“Jane Doe” was found in October 1986, not far from the remains of Patricia Campbell and Tina Anderson, whose remains were found in 1981. (Patricia and Tina disappeared from Pocatello in 1978) She is believed to be a Caucasian female aged 12-16 at the time of death. She was originally reported to have been black or of mixed race, but opinion varies. Extensive searches of runaway reports and missing person databases have turned up empty.

Some have theorized the same person/people who murdered Tina Anderson and Patricia Campbell may have had something to do with Jane Doe’s death, since finding three sets of remains so close to each other my not be coincidental.

If you have information about her identity, contact the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.

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https://idahostatejournal.com/membe...cle_89a12fd4-fbe9-582d-8c8f-38173e703109.html

Partial skull lost by local law enforcement has now been found

The partial skull of an unidentified person that had been lost by law enforcement for several years has now been found and authorities are investigating how it could be linked to the unsolved abduction and murder of two Pocatello girls.

Oneida County Sheriff Arne Jones confirmed to the Journal this week that the lost partial skull first discovered by hunters in October 1986 in the Trail Hollow area of Oneida County has been located and is now undergoing analysis by the FBI.

“We are just hoping to get some more information about the remains to give us a direction of where to go or look next,” Jones said.

He would not speculate on how long it will take the FBI to complete its analysis of the partial skull.

Jones confirmed the partial skull was missing for several years but he would not identify the local law enforcement agency found to be in possession of the partial skull or explain how it was located. Jones did confirm that the skull submitted to the FBI is the one that went missing while in the possession of local law enforcement.

The identity of the person this partial skull belongs to remains a mystery, though several forensic and cold case experts have developed unverified theories over the years. According to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, the gender, race, height and weight of the person the skull belongs to remain unknown.