|Milwaukee Jane Doe|
|Found||March 16, 1982|
|Unidentified for||38 years|
|Postmortem interval||1 week - 3 months|
|Body condition||Recognizable face(B)|
|Weight approximation||137 pounds|
|Cause of death||Drowning|
CaseAn off-duty firefighter was docking his boat when he had spotted her corpse in the river, It seemed that the body was wedged between two metal barrels tied to a floating pier. Upon closer inspection it was concluded that there was no visible signs of foul play or trauma and her death was ruled as an accidental drowning.
- Black hair with a reddish tint in a short afro style. Described as kinky.
- Brown eyes.
- Dental record shown she had two extractions earlier in life, a number of fillings, and a fixed partial bridge.
- Both of her earlobes were pierced.
- She had tooken good care of her finger and toenails.
- Scar on her abdomen, probably from prior surgery.
- Burn scar on her right ankle.
- Scar two inches below her right elbow.
- There were signs that she had her appendix removed at some point in her life.
- She may have had abdominal surgery some point in her life, with the exact reason unknown.
Clothing and accessories
- Tan colored woolen jacket
- Blue trousers from Kmart
- Yellow and a tan knit cap with an attached faded purple scarf
- Brown striped long-sleeved shirt labeled Jeri-Jo, INC 1978, New York (Size M)
- Black calf-length boots (Size 8)
- Green knee-length socks.
- Green BIC lighter.
- Empty Tic Tac container.
- She may be Denise "Dee Dee" El-Mansura
- She may be Alice Jefferson
- Dental exclusion.
- Milwaukee Jane Doe at NCMEC
- Milwaukee Jane Doe at NamUs
- Milwaukee Jane Doe at the Doe Network
- Journal Sentinel
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