Corona Girl Jane Doe

Corona Girl Jane Doe

Description
On September 25, 1989 an unidentified white female was found in brush beside Interstate 35 in North Williamson County, Texas. She was shot multiple times. The forensic anthropologist determined she was 18-24 years old and had died 1-2 weeks prior to being found. She was 5’1” tall, weighed 115 lbs., and had straight brown hair.

When found she was wearing a white t-shirt with “Cinco De Corona” and “Celebrate Corona” logos with the sleeves and bottom cut like fringe over a bra. She had on bikini panties under black knit pants, but no shoes. She wore one earring and 16-18 inch necklace consisting of one white bead in the center of four gold-colored beads. Her right ear was pierced 3 times, her left ear pierced 2 times. She had an appendectomy scar on her abdomen. She is known as “Corona Girl” for her t-shirt.

NamUs ID:                   UP4023
Date Body Found:     September 25, 1989
Race:                         
White/Caucasian
Gender:                     
Female
Estimated Age:         
18-24
Estimated PMI:         
1 – 2 weeks
Location:                   
Williamson County, TX

Agency of Jurisdiction
Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office
Sandra Call, Forensic Death Investigator
512-854-9599
MERequests@traviscountytx.gov

Links to More Information
https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/4023
http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/74uftx.html
https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Corona_Girl

Status:  Case on hold for administrative or DNA quality reasons.

Image Credit:  Karen T. Taylor