St Croix County Jane Doe 2002

St Croix County Jane Doe 2002

Description
On October 21, 2002 Boy Scouts found a skull and mandible in a plastic bag in a wooded area of a Boy Scout camp near Houlton, Wisconsin.  A forensic examination revealed the skull was of a female aged 35 to more than 50 of Asian, Asian Pacific or Native American ancestry.  The woman had short (between 2 ½ to 3 inches long) mousy-brown hair, and she was missing all of her teeth at the time of death.  Her height, weight and eye color could not be estimated.  The female had widely spaced eyes, a flat face, and a pronounced forehead.  Investigators speculate the skull had been deposited at the site within a year of discovery.

NamUs ID: UP9106
Date Body Found: October 21, 2002
Race: Asian
Gender: Female
Estimated Age: 35-60
Estimated PMI: 12 months
Location: Houlton, WI

Agency of Jurisdiction
Wisconsin Department of Justice / St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office
Joe Welsch, Special Agent
715-839-3830

Link to More Information
https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/9106
https://www.sccwi.gov/443/Unidentified-Person
https://unidentified.wikia.org/wiki/St._Croix_County_Jane_Doe
http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/406ufwi.html

Status: Research in Progress

Posted on

March 12, 2021