"Randy" was a man whose remains were found in an orange grove off Curley Road in San Antonio, Florida. His nickname originates from a name found printed on the waistband of his pants.
- His hair was reddish-brown.
- Due to decomposition, his eye color couldn't be determined.
- His teeth were in poor condition.
- He had upper and lower partial denture plates made of chrome cobalt and acrylic. They appeared to be new, as there was minimal stain or wear.
- Tooth #15 was tilted mesially.
- Tooth #17 was chipped.
- Tooth #20 was rotated distally.
- He had generalized periodontal disease.
- He had two tattoos:
- A green, flaming dragon winding around a nude woman with red high heels and a confederate flag on his left forearm.
- The letters "HFD" below a swastika and Norse cross with Harley Davidson wings in front of a confederate flag on his left upper arm.
Clothing and belongings
- His outfit consisted of:
- A black Sunbelt Sportswear sleeveless shirt in a medium size. "Black Hills of South Dakota" was written on the front and a Native American in front of several teepees and a shield was on the back.
- Navy blue work pants size 32 and inseam 28. There were two spots of red paint on them and there was a tag on the waistband with the name "Randy."
- A white sock with red stripes.
- A gray sock with yellow and blue stripes.
- Brown cowboy boots.
- Other items he had with him consisted of:
- Thick lensed glasses from the brand Givenchy.
- A pink gas lighter.
- A green gas lighter.
- A quarter dated 1980.
- An empty can of Budweiser.
- A few pellets of birdshot.
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