Jenny Doe Ottawa Co 1967

Jenny Doe Ottawa 1967

Description
On October 20, 1967 a pair of hunters found the partially nude body of a young woman in a patch of woods in Blendon Township, Hudsonville, Michigan. Although not determined to be associated with the case, a white Rambler-brand vehicle was seen in the area prior to the discovery. The young victim was a Black female between 16 and 22 years of age, approximately 5’ 7” tall and weighing 90-100 pounds. She was wearing yellow/gold slacks, pink Bermuda shorts and men’s light blue socks. She had an extra tooth behind the right upper incisor. The medical examiner determined she died of blunt-force trauma and strangulation, and was found three to seven days after her death. Unable to identify the girl, authorities buried her in Blendon Cemetery in Hudsonville.

NamUs ID: UP17581
Date Body Found: October 20, 1967
Race: Black / African American
Gender: Female
Estimated Age: 20-40
Estimated PMI: 30 Days
Location: Hudsonville, MI

Agency of Jurisdiction
Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office
Sara Fillman, Detective
616-738-4000, ext. 1617
[email protected]

Link to More Information
https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/Ottawa_County_Jane_Doe_(1967)
https://www.hillsdale.net/story/news/courts/2020/07/28/ottawa-detectives-to-exhume-body-of-1967-murder-victim/114345854/
https://www.facebook.com/UnidentifiedAndMissingPeople/posts/dna-sought-in-jenny-doe-cold-case-ottawa-detectives-to-exhume-body-of-1967-murde/2745618372383695/

Status: Undergoing testing

Image Credit: NCMEC

Posted on

April 20, 2021