An unidentified, middle-aged woman was found dead in Waldorf last night; police believe she was murdered and are seeking her identity.
On Jan. 11 at approximately 8:50 p.m., Charles County Sheriff Officers were called to the area of Old Washington Road near Smallwood Drive after a citizen reported seeing a female lying on the ground in the roadway. The woman was deceased, and police reported it to be suspicious.
According to the sheriff’s office, detectives are hoping to identify the victim, who they believe was murdered. Unfortunately, she did not have any identification on her person when she was located.
The victim, who is described as a black female possibly in her late 30s to 40s, had two distinct tattoos: a cherub and a design. The Cherub Angel tattoo, is on her left shoulder blade. A design of some sorts is on her right inner wrist. She was wearing a black top with
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The Galveston Police Department is working with federal and state agencies in a national search for the young Hispanic boy’s identity — and to find out why no one has reported him missing.
“We’re waiting on the medical examiner’s report to determine a cause of death. But we’re working with the FBI now, as well as other federal and state agencies to really strategize the best way to move forward with the investigation,” said Galveston police Capt. Joshua Schirard. “We’ve gotten probably close to a thousand tips from the news stories and social media posts that have been out there. We’re hopeful we’ll have more information soon.”
It took only a few days after police released a composite sketch nationally for a relative to identify the little girl nicknamed Baby Grace whose body was
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Approximate sketch of the man whose body was found in Lake Michigan in 2015.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — The key to identifying a man whose body was found in Lake Michigan two years ago may lie in his Northeast Ohio-themed tattoos.
The body was pulled from the lake near Chicago’s Navy Pier on June 10, 2015, and bears tattoos that correspond with Cleveland, Akron, and Ohio State University, according to Cook County’s unidentified persons database.
The man is described as Asian and between 20 and 30 years of age. He was 5-feet-8-inches and weighed 122 pounds, the database says.
Tattooed on the man’s left forearm was the outline of the state of Ohio and the phrase “Cleveland 216.” Alongside it is an Ohio State Buckeyes logo, according to the database.
Also tattooed on the same arm is
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ASHLAND, Neb. (WOWT) — A human skull found in Salt Creek in June remains unidentified months later.
The skull was found on June 7th at Camp Carol Joy Holling near Ashland. The Cass County Sheriff’s Department reports the skull was placed into evidence and later, on June 9th, an autopsy was performed. The cause of death was deferred.
A forensic dental autopsy was performed on June 10 and excluded several “cold cases” in Nebraska. Teeth from the skull were extracted and sent to the UNMC lab where DNA was collected. The DNA results were entered into CODIS (a DNA indexing system). The skull and dental information was then entered into National Crime Information Center as an unidentified person.
The skull was sent to an anthropologist and he determined the skull to be from a 19 to 30 year old male with a Caucasoid ancestry.
The skull was sent to the University
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