Pima County Jane Doe 2010

Pima County Jane Doe 2010

On June 29, 2010, a routine traffic stop turned tragic in Eloy, Arizona, after the driver of a vehicle attempted to evade police. After failing to stop, the van turned off of the road and into a field. The vehicle and a male occupant were found later that day on a dirt road, near where he indicated that he and his female passenger had jumped into the canal. He claims to have never seen her resurface. The next morning, the body of the woman was found in the canal.

The woman appeared to be Hispanic/Latina with brown eyes and black hair, ranging between 17 and 25 years old. She was estimated to be 5’4” tall. She was wearing blue pants, a black shirt, green underpants, a black bra and black shoes. She was also wearing a black beaded necklace.

NamUs ID: UP9040
Date Body Found: June 30, 2010
Race: Hispanic
Gender: Female
Estimated Age: 17-25
Estimated PMI: days

Agency of Jurisdiction
Pima Co Medical Examiner
Bruce Anderson

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Status: Research in Progress

Image Credit: Carl Koppelman
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Last Updated: April 25, 2023

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June 27, 2022