Roosevelt Phoenix Jane Doe 2004



On June 7, 2004, the body of a woman was discovered in the area of 27th Street and Roosevelt in Phoenix, Arizona. The medical examiner determined she had died of a drug overdose several days prior to being found.  She was estimated between 25-35 years old and approximately 5’1” and 140 lbs.  

Jane Doe was wearing black “Ariza” pants, a blue shirt and peach colored “Pieo Delux” undergarments.  Her fingernails were long, and she had red toenail polish. She was also found wearing a silver colored “KISH” watch and a red and black plastic ankle bracelet. 

NamUs ID: UP2015

Date Body Found: June 7, 2004

Race: Uncertain

Gender: Female

Estimated Age: 25-35

Estimated PMI: days

Agency of Jurisdiction: 

Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office
Christen Eggers
[email protected]

More Information:

Status: Undergoing Testing

Image Credit: Steve Missal

Doe-Nate Fund Goal: $2,525

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Last Updated: June 1, 2023

Posted on

August 18, 2022