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ViCAP Alert

 

ViCAP Alert
Attention: Homicide, Missing Persons, and Crime Analysis Units

 

Unidentified Victims

Race: White
Sex
: Female
Hair
: Brown
Height
: 5’5”
Weight
: 115
Clothing
: Wrangler blue jeans, blue quilted peasant jacket, purple halter top blouse, and pink lace underwear
Jewelry
: Hollow gold heart pendant and horn-shaped pendant.
Other
: Red toenail polish
Artist's front- and side-view sketches of unidentified female victim.
Unidentified Victim

Basic Dental Report
Basic Dental Report

On September 19, 1982, the remains of an unidentified female, “Jane Doe,” were found on an island in the San Juan River in New Mexico. An autopsy indicated that the victim had been strangled. At this time, the woman and her killer have not been identified. Any relevant information may be directed to Detective George Barter of the Archuleta County, Colorado Sheriff’s Office at 970-264-8450 or the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension (ViCAP) Program at 800-634-4097. All ViCAP Alerts can be reviewed at http://www2.fbi.gov/wanted/vicap/vicap.htm.

Race: White
Sex
: Male
Hair
: Brown
Height
: 5’10” – 5’11”
Clothing
: Converse low-top tennis shoes; tan corduroy pants (size 31 waist, 31 inseam); white brief-style underwear (size 34, JC Penney brand); T-shirt with “Lazy B Guest Ranch, Fallon, NV” printed on the front
Unidentified Victim
Artist's front- and side-view sketches of unidentified male victim.
Unidentified Victim
Image printed on front of t-shirt
Image printed on front of T-shirt
Part of a map printed on back of T-shirt
Part of a map printed on back of T-shirt
Basic Dental Report
Basic Dental Report

On October 22, 1982, the remains of an unidentified male, “John Doe,” were found on the banks of the San Juan River in Colorado. An autopsy indicated that the individual had been shot with a small-caliber gun and suffered broken ribs before his death. At this time, the victim and his killer have not been identified.

Any relevant information can be directed to Detective George Barter of the Archuleta County, Colorado Sheriff’s Office at 970-264-8450 or the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension (ViCAP) Program at 800-634-4097. All ViCAP Alerts can be reviewed at http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/vicap.

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Evidence-Based Decisions on Police Pursuits
By David P. Schultz, Ed Hudak, and Geoffrey P. Alpert
Research on law enforcement officers’ perceptions of police pursuits has revealed several interesting issues.

Child Fatality Review Boards
By Gerald Kelley
To help their local child fatality review boards, law enforcement agencies must conduct thorough investigations of all deaths involving youngsters.

The Semisubmersible Smuggling Threat
By Douglas A. Kash and Eli White
Recent legislation has been passed that should prove a significant deterrent to the use of self-propelled semisubmersible vessels to transport drugs into the United States.

Perspective
Risk Management and Police Training

Bulletin Reports
Community Policing | Police Recruitment Intelligence Gathering | Photo Exchange

Crime Data
2008 Hate Crime Statistics

Notable Speech
The Badge of Trust

Leadership Spotlight
Nonverbal Indicators of Comfort and Stress

ViCAP Alert
Unidentified Homicide Victims

Author Guidelines

The Bulletin Notes

Patch Call

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