LA SLIDELL JANE DOE: WF, 20-30, found weighed down in Lake Pontchartrain, Slidell, LA - 19 Jun 1986 - Breast Implants, Pregnant

Romulus

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16UFLA - Unidentified Female
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Reconstructions of Victim

Date of Discovery: June 19, 1986
Location of Discovery: Slidell, Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana
Estimated Date of Death: 36 Hours
State of Remains: Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction
Cause of Death: Homicide

Physical Description
Estimated Age: 20-30 yrs old
Race: White
Gender: Female
Height: 5'3"
Weight: 126 lbs
Hair Color: Red/Auburn (per autopsy report)
Eye Color: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: 2.3cm scar midline on abdomen, above the naval; 1.5 cm circular-in-shape scar on right knee; 1.2 cm scar on the right wrist (per autopsy report); silicone breast implants; Previously fractured right hip.

Identifiers
Dentals: Available. All four wisdom teeth extracted. Teeth #1,16,17 and 32 not seen, may be antemortem loss or congenital absence.
Fingerprints: Not Available
DNA: Available.

Clothing & Personal Items
Clothing: None
Jewelry: None; however, there was a 1/2-inch wide ring mark on her left ring finger.
Additional Personal Items: None

Circumstances of Discovery
The victim's nude body was found weighted down in Lake Pontchartrain by a fishermen just east of the Interstate 10 twin spans and about 50 yards from the north shore June 19, 1986.

A plastic bag was placed over her face, secured with gray duct tape and a 22-pound weight tied to her neck. She had suffered numerous stab wounds to her facial area as well.

Detectives think she might have been married because of markings indicating she had worn a ring on her left hand. Based on information from meteorologists and marine biologists, detectives concluded the body likely was dumped in the lake between Bayou Lacombe and the Rigolets Pass.

An autopsy revealed the woman died of asphyxia a day or two before the body was discovered.

Detectives tried to identify the woman through her silicone breast implants. But the implants did not have serial numbers, and detectives were unable to trace them to the doctor who performed the surgery. She is believed to not be local to the area.

Investigating Agency(s)
Agency Name: LSU FACES Laboratory
Agency Contact Person: Ginesse Listi
Agency Phone Number: 228-578-3906
Agency E-Mail: glisti1@lsu.edu
Agency Case Number: LSU 03-35

Agency Name: St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office
Agency Contact Person: Detective Justin Parker
Agency Phone Number: 985-898(at)@stpso.com
Agency Case Number: 06-6084-86

NCIC Case Number: U211402266
NamUs Case Number: 852
NCMEC Case Number: 400074

Information Source(s)
NamUs
LSU FACES
The Times-Picayune
TheNewOrleansChannel.com
America's Most Wanted 2/5/05
NCMEC

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Akoya

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SLIDELL JANE DOE: WF, 20-30, found floating in Lake Pontchartrain - 19 June 1986 D31AFtF





The victim's nude body was found weighted down in Lake Pontchartrain by a fishermen just east of the Interstate 10 twin spans and about 50 yards from the north shore June 19, 1986. A plastic bag was placed over her face, secured with gray duct tape and a 22-pound weight tied to her neck. She had suffered numerous stab wounds to her facial area as well. Detectives think she might have been married because of markings indicating she had worn a ring on her left hand. Based on information from meteorologists and marine biologists, detectives concluded the body likely was dumped in the lake between Bayou Lacombe and the Rigolets Pass. An autopsy revealed the woman died of asphyxia a day or two before the body was discovered. Detectives tried to identify the woman through her silicone breast implants. But the implants did not have serial numbers, and detectives were unable to trace them to the doctor who performed the surgery. She is believed to not be local to the area.
 

Akoya

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https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Slidell_Jane_Doe

Slidell Jane Doe

Slidell Jane Doe, also known as Lake Pontchartrain Jane Doe, was a young woman found murdered in 1986 in Louisiana.

Discovery
The woman's body was found in Lake Pontchartrain after presumably floating from another location. The victim died from asphyxiation and a plastic bag was secured by duct tape around her head. She had been stabbed several times in the face as well. A weight had been tied around her neck as an attempt to keep the body from resurfacing.


Characteristics
The victim had auburn hair.
She had well-cared for teeth without any dental work.
Her wisdom teeth were removed and some teeth were missing, possibly being lost after death.
She had freckles.
The victim was likely in a vehicle accident or similar event prior to death, based on healed injuries to her hips.
She appeared to have had facial reconstruction surgery on her face as well as a rhinoplasty.
She had silicone breast implants.
She was of slim build.
She was three months pregnant.
She had multiple scars:
A circular scar on her right knee,
on her right wrist,
and on her abdomen.

Slidell Jane Doe

Sex Female
Race White
Location Slidell, Louisiana
Found June 19, 1986
Unidentified for 33 years
Postmortem interval 36 hours
Body condition Decomposed
Age approximation 20-30
Height approximation 5'2 - 5'6
Weight approximation 120-126 pounds
Cause of death Asphyxiation (homicide)
 

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