Roberto Velasco-Zabala WILSON, Michael Age at Death. Bowden, Ronald It is designed to collect and. Authorities in Washington are hoping that someone might recognize the tattoos on the body of an unidentified woman found in the area, local media reports. "Our nation has a chance to put more resources into . SHERMAN, LaVern Richard Gudmundson, Tara Guggenmos On April 10, 2007, the skeletal remains of a young/middle aged white man were found in a makeshift campsite near Sultan, Washington. Jose Roman-Muniz Dean Moss If the body or human remains are still unidentified thirty days after discovery, the county coroner or county medical examiner investigating the death must, as soon as practicable, submit information regarding the body or remains to the national missing and unidentified persons system created by the United States department of justice's national institute of justice. MARSHALL, Jack (5) If a cemetery authority as defined in RCW. Michael Brassesco WELSH, Brian DONOVAN, Lori Ann Ardith M. Andrews PRITCHARD, Carleton Baby Boy GANZORIG WOODMAN, Donald 17-0308 Chan Sap, died at age 68 on 02/03/17 of natural causes while hospitalized in Tacoma. The Clallam County Sheriff's Office on the Olympic Peninsula said a womans size 8 sneaker with a foot inside was discovered near the mouth of the Elwha River in December 2021. HARPER, John Certificate and bond before receiving bodies. Larry W. Taylor (c) The state physical anthropologist must make an initial determination of whether nonforensic skeletal human remains are Indian or non-Indian to the extent possible based on the remains within two business days of notification of a finding of nonforensic remains. 18-1597 Cremated Remains Unidentified, unknown age, unknown date of death, found in wooden box left on a concrete light post at a grocery store in Tacoma on 07/01/2018. JAMIESON, Catherine Paramedics indicated he may have received blows to his head from a blunt object. Gus Van Jones Sr. Cowen, Leroy Marcus L. Lutzke 16-1621 James K. Barrow, died at age 58 on 09/08/16 of natural causes at home in Eatonville. HOPKINS JR, George Anderson Taylor, Jr. No family was found for him. Mccauley, Scott D. Ronald Literal Call 911 to report someone missing. Robert Kilby HAGE, Mark (2) Prearrangements that are prepaid, or filed with a licensed funeral establishment or cemetery authority, under RCW. Hezekiah King Andrew Moritz, Jr. James Linehan Harriet J. Rathbun Clifford Kirkpatrick YORO, Malcolm Richmond Hill is located off I-95 just south of Savannah. Found Aug. 20, 1984, in Lake Washington, near bathhouse at 800 Lake Washington Boulevard, with throat slashed. , On September 20, 1987, a worker at Georgia-Pacific West Inc. found the charred skeleton of a young male atop pipes near the bottom of a large chimney. The cause of death is homicidal violence. The man was estimated to be between 20 and 50 years old. COLEMAN, Nicholas BRUTON, Mark She remains unclaimed by her family. Harold Greenwood Michael D. Ransier Jeffrey T. Davis Janet Macri Driver Jr., Leo Montgomery, Marilyn Hasson, Delores No family was found for him. Nadga M. Tillman Ronald W. Price Donald Noble After more than two decades, the remains of his father . 17-1552 Matthew J. Hoey, died at age 74 on 08/03/17 of natural causes while hospitalized in Tacoma. (4) Every person who removes, disinters, or mutilates human remains from a place of interment, without authority of law, is guilty of a class C felony. Using NamUs 2.0 Technology, the NamUs database application fills the nation's need for a unified, online, free, secure database for unidentified remains and missing persons records. He remains unclaimed by his family. Jeffrey P. Boyer The files of the dental identification system shall, upon request, be made available to law enforcement agencies attempting to locate missing persons. This process normally takes approximately 90 days. Joseph Avand (1) Any person, not authorized or directed by the coroner or medical examiner or their deputies, who removes the body of a deceased person not claimed by a relative or friend, or moves, disturbs, molests, or interferes with the human remains coming within the jurisdiction of the coroner or medical examiner as set forth in RCW, (2) In evaluating whether it is necessary to retain jurisdiction and custody of human remains under RCW, (3) For purposes of this section and unless the context clearly requires otherwise, "human remains" has the same meaning as defined in RCW. David Martin No family was found for him. The missing person's dentist or dentists shall provide diagnostic quality copies of the missing person's dental records or original dental records to the sheriff, chief of police, county coroner or county medical examiner, or other law enforcement authority, when presented with the written consent from the missing person's family or next of kin or with a statement from the sheriff, chief of police, county coroner or county medical examiner, or other law enforcement authority that the missing person's family or next of kin could not be located in the exercise of due diligence or that the missing person's family or next of kin refuse to consent to the release of the missing person's dental records and there is reason to believe that the missing person's family or next of kin may have been involved in the missing person's disappearance. Mcmullan, Jeffrey there are about 40,000 unidentified remains in the United States - around 50 in King County. Nancy Much Kim A. Solomon 17-1098 Larry A. Heathcock, died at age 60 on 05/17/17 of natural causes while hospitalized in Puyallup. No family was found for him. 16-2350 Michael D. Sorenson, died at age 52 on 12/28/16 of natural causes at home in Lakewood. PENDELL, Willice The national missing and unidentified persons system also has the ability to compile potentially identifiable information and available biometric data, such as DNA, including family reference samples, dental records, and fingerprints. Morris, Randall Dawn Tyner Janis McMahon Detectives contacted a family member who provided their own DNA, confirming the remains as belonging to Jerilyn L. Smith, 68, of Sequim, who disappeared in January 2018. Melvin Daniel Baby Boy Campos Svetla Virtcheva Unidentified skeletal remains, believed to be of a woman, found along the Snoqualmie River near Fall City on Sept. 6, 1991. . Danny Tirao On August 21, 1991, citizens swimming in the south Snohomish River near Shorts School Road and Nevers Road near Snohomish discovered partial human remains in the river. . Eileen L. Ramsey Nora Farrell Bine Kalieb [, Missing children clearinghouse and hotline: Chapter, (1) A county coroner having jurisdiction over human remains pursuant to RCW. It appeared the decedent was camping in the woods, white male, unknown height and weight. It shall be the duty of every person who knows of the existence and location of human remains coming under the jurisdiction of the coroner or medical examiner as set forth in RCW, Whenever a coroner or medical examiner assumes jurisdiction over human remains and directs transportation of those remains by a funeral establishment, as defined in RCW. Timothy Ward Baskett, Scott Miller, Arthur Warren Williams Jerry S. Threlkeld Dimitrinka Stoeva Gary Jackson CLEMENT, Edward Washington's only forensic anthropologist, Dr. Kathy Taylor, investigates these remains with help from law  Anthony McDonald Anyone with information on these case is requested to call the King County Medical Examiner's Office at 206-731-3232, ext. Brian Knutson told The Seattle Times. If you have previously filed a missing persons report and they are still missing, call the Snohomish County Sheriffs Office at (425) 388-3393 (then press 0) with the persons full name and date of birth and ask to check that they are still entered as a missing person. Robert Bell . A family member or representative's activities may not interfere with or jeopardize the integrity of any ongoing criminal investigation. Kathleen Mcardle Burnham, Troy Martin D. Fletcher AHMED, Fouad He or she must also give a bond with two sureties, that each body so by him or her received will be used only for the promotion of anatomical science, and that it will be used for such purpose in this state only, and so as in no event to outrage the public feeling. Dianne Greer Joseph Dookram Robert Pierce Kano Ngune Contents 1 "Stilly Doe" 2 Reservation Road Jane Doe 3 "Bus Stop Man" 4 "Bicycle Man" Call 911 to report someone missing. Figuero, Dennis Milligan, Bernard Neil Elkins Frederic R. Snider Gordon New But the. Marianne Wilson The national missing and unidentified persons system is a publicly searchable resource developed by the national institute of justice that contains databases of missing persons and unidentified persons cases from across the country. 15-1358 Lillie Kaufman, died at age 74 on 08/22/15 of natural causes while on hospice in University Place. ROBINSON, Georgia Currently there are over 40,000 unidentified decedents in the United States . It is our hope that the use of the Internet will greatly expand our reach and assist in finding relatives or friends of these persons. Iris J. Ashleywing The remains are that of a white male estimated to be 20-50 years of age, of unknown height, and unknown weight. Pratt, Edward E. Elizabeth A. Abbott George J. Lynch Nelson, John 16-2138 Charles Wesley Reynolds, died at age 60 on 11/24/16 of natural causes in his car in a hotel parking lot in Tacoma. Procedures for investigating missing persons, Identification of body or human remains by dental examination. DYE, Kevin 18-1594 Tammy Kent, unknown age, unknown date of death, found cremated remains at a Pierce Transit bus stop in Tacoma on 12/30/17. Constantin Marinescu Donald Rudd Human remains may be removed from a plot in a cemetery with the consent of the cemetery authority and the written consent of one of the following in the order named: (1) The surviving spouse or state registered domestic partner. In any case in which an autopsy or postmortem is performed, the coroner or medical examiner, upon his or her own authority or upon the request of the prosecuting attorney or other law enforcement agency having jurisdiction, may make or cause to be made an analysis of the stomach contents, blood, or organs, or tissues of a deceased person and secure professional opinions thereon and retain or dispose of any specimens or organs of the deceased which in his or her discretion are desirable or needful for anatomic, bacteriological, chemical, or toxicological examination or upon lawful request are needed or desired for evidence to be presented in court. James Harris, III He had gray hair, and a hammer toe deformity on his great left toe. No family was found for him. Sour Nou James Parish Mason Tsuchikawa SEVERTSON, David (2)(a) The department of veterans affairs may certify that the deceased person to whom subsection (1) of this section applies was a veteran or the dependent of a veteran eligible for interment at a federal or state veterans' cemetery. His teeth may have been missing as a result of the facial trauma that he had sustained that also caused the facial injuries he had. He was wearing a light gray nylon jacket with red trim and two buttons, one of which read "Warning, Mad Lover" and the other saying "Who Says You Can't Have Everything? (4) Nothing in this section may be construed to contradict the sovereignty or rights of any federally recognized Indian tribe whose traditional lands and territories included parts of Washington. (3) The coroner, the medical examiner, or the attending physician shall, upon request, meet with the family of the decedent to discuss the findings of the autopsy or postmortem. 17-0167 Jayceon Jones, was stillborn on 12/27/16 at a hospital in Tacoma. Seattle, WhtMale 40-80, 754UFWA, skeletal remains PMI 6+ mos COD: Unknown John Doe, May 9 1997 - UP #68713 | NamUs link: The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) . Rahim Olajuwon, William W. Palmer Maria A. Fuscardo GOH, Kiang Kevin Smith Gregory Jordan ROSS, Russell Steven Manuel Dorothy Flower BARNES, Ronald Feigert was living in Columbia County when he went. (1) The cost of autopsy shall be borne by the county in which the autopsy is performed, except when requested by the department of labor and industries, in which case, the department shall bear the cost of such autopsy. Date of Death. She remains unclaimed by her family. CHRISTEN JR, Frederick If they are not financially able the county must provide for the disposition of the remains, ultimately, the department of public assistance must pay the cost of burial of indigent persons irrespective of whether or not they have been recipients of public assistance. His family was not found. Gary Weaver Items of note found at the scene were a shoelace and a crude cross made out of sticks. Peter Buell Hermeae Phifer He was estimated to be between 25 and 35 years old, was 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighed 160 pounds. Lorna Glenn JOHNSON, Michael STORDAHL, Janet David Lyons James Noren If you have previously filed a missing persons report and they are still missing, call the Snohomish County Sheriffs Office at (425) 388-3393 (then press 0) with the persons full name and date of birth and ask to check that they are still entered as a missing person. Wesley Gissentanner David E. Hunt FERGUSON, David Richard Werremeyer In an ongoing effort to locate families for unclaimed individuals, the Snohomish County Medical Examiners Office enters unclaimed individuals intoa National database. Formerly RCW. George McArthur Here I am". 18-1592 Elwyn O. Mitchell, Unknown age, unknown date of death, cremated remains found with two photographs and a bible under a tree in an unassociated cemetery in Tacoma on 06/27/17. TheNamUsMissing Persons website provides a resource for families to search for missing persons nationwide and searches for matches with persons entered into theUnidentified Persons Database. Call 312-666-0500 to speak to Deputy Chief Investigator Earl Briggs about matching one of these unidentified bodies to the identity of a missing person. William Hunt John Martin Linda Perchyk Teagan McDonald Charles Jones Lynna Anderson Jack Pesterkoff MCGEE, Sheldon The national missing and unidentified persons system also has the ability to compile potentially identifiable information and available biometric data, such as DNA, including family reference samples, dental records, and fingerprints. He remains unclaimed by his family. Matthew M. Dome SYHORATH, Kikeo (d) The affected tribes have five business days to respond via telephone or writing to the department as to their interest in the remains. Dodd, Kristina Tag: unidentified remains Medical Examiner's Office identifies a man 35 years after his death in a Seattle Park. No family was found for him. James Van Every A .22-caliber revolver was found near his body leading investigators to believe he committed suicide. Albert Barnes Richard Holmes Leann B. Roberts Antemortem (well-healed) nasal fracture. David Smith MCCORMICK, Dawayne David H. Kingsolver The office usually relies on the Washington State Patrol and the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System for forensic analysis, Sgt. Anglinina Pulphus Michael Crowley Colin Cooper Frosst, Monika GOODMAN, Ronald Robert B. Harting William H. Mcconell JOHNSON, Derek 16-2082 Gerald Robert Coates, died at age 58 on 11/17/16 of natural causes at home in Graham. Malcolm Sires The dental identification system shall maintain a file of information regarding persons reported to it as missing. David C. Stuart Decedents in the program are cremated, and then stored in a secure location at the King County Medical Examiner's Office until a ceremony and burial are held, typically every two years. ALLEN, Ernest The UnClaimed Persons database contains information about deceased persons who have been identified by name, but for whom no next of kin or family member has been identified or located to claim the body for burial or other disposition. When a person reported missing has been found, the sheriff, chief of police, coroner or medical examiner, or other law enforcement authority shall report such information to the Washington state patrol. County commissioners to dispose of remains of indigents: RCW 36.39.030. CODIS (mp) (Combined DNA Index System for Missing Persons): Also known as the National Missing Person DNA Database (NMPDD), CODIS (mp) is a database specifically designed to assemble data on missing persons and unidentified human remains cases. Laszio Karpati Cases entered into these databases are verified with local authorities and are automatically searched against one another. VELAZCO, Alberto Judith A. Kessel Autopsy or postmortem may be performed in any case where authorization has been given by a member of one of the following classes of persons in the following order of priority: (1) The surviving spouse or state registered domestic partner; (2) Any child of the decedent who is eighteen years of age or older; (4) Any adult brother or sister of the decedent; (5) A person who was guardian of the decedent at the time of death; (6) Any other person or agency authorized or under an obligation to dispose of the remains of the decedent. PATTERSON, Roy Edward Brown It appeared that the decedent was camping in the woods at that location. No family was found for him. [1975-'76 2nd ex.s. Darlene Heflin Harvey Ross Merlin A. Warnick Dental records shall be submitted as soon as possible to the Washington state patrol missing and unidentified persons unit. James R. Morgan Gary Burns The State Police Unidentified Persons list currently has no living entrants, but descriptions of the remains of 235 people, found in 17 of New Jersey's 21 counties, can be found in the online . Any person knowing of the existence of skeletal human remains and not having good reason to believe that the coroner and local law enforcement has notice thereof and who fails to give notice to the coroner and local law enforcement, is guilty of a misdemeanor. Kenneth S. Daft John Hardt Dailey, Edward Castaneda, Alberto R. Claude Mcintosh PATTERSON, Victor Mckinney, Shane Mikailah Munday Native American or white male, approximately 5' tall, clothing included a red/orange and white/grey plaid shirt, khaki pants and a 33 - 34" belt. ANDRUS, Sabrina Richard E. Maas Donald Slyter HENDERSON, Chester (1) The right to dissect a dead body shall be limited to cases specially provided by statute or by the direction or will of the deceased; cases where a coroner is authorized to hold an inquest upon the body, and then only as he or she may authorize dissection; and cases where the spouse, state registered domestic partner, or next of kin charged by law with the duty of burial shall authorize dissection for the purpose of ascertaining the cause of death, and then only to the extent so authorized: PROVIDED, That the coroner, in his or her discretion, may make or cause to be made by a competent pathologist, toxicologist, or physician, an autopsy or postmortem in any case in which the coroner has jurisdiction of a body: PROVIDED, FURTHER, That the coroner may with the approval of the University of Washington and with the consent of a parent or guardian deliver any body of a deceased person under the age of three years over which he or she has jurisdiction to the University of Washington medical school for the purpose of having an autopsy made to determine the cause of death. Investigators were told that she was possibly a hitchhiker who had been picked up between Missouri and Washington. Her children were not found. 17-0723 Adriana Carmen Forbes, died at age 77 on 03/30/17 of natural causes while hospitalized in Lakewood. Miguel Bandera Arthur J. Kodwat WILLIAMS, Julius Sharam Hashemi James Stefurak William Smith Francis A. Akinyemi The missing person's dentist or dentists shall provide diagnostic quality copies of the missing person's dental records or original dental records to the sheriff, chief of police, county coroner or county medical examiner, or other law enforcement authority, when presented with the written consent from the missing person's family or next of kin or with a statement from the sheriff, chief of police, county coroner or county medical examiner, or other law enforcement authority that the missing person's family or next of kin could not be located in the exercise of due diligence or that the missing person's family or next of kin refuse to consent to the release of the missing person's dental records and there is reason to believe that the missing person's family or next of kin may have been involved in the missing person's disappearance. Rae Meegan James Rice Carson, Raymond (2) Every person who purchases or receives, except for burial or final disposition, human remains or any part thereof, knowing that the same has been removed contrary to the foregoing provisions, is guilty of a class C felony. The descriptive information from missing person's reports and dental data submitted to the Washington state patrol missing and unidentified persons unit shall be recorded and maintained by the Washington state patrol missing and unidentified persons unit in the applicable dedicated missing person's databases. (2) Every person who shall make, cause, or procure to be made any dissection of a body, except as provided in this section, is guilty of a gross misdemeanor. This page was last edited on 9 September 2021, at 15:32. Clarence E. Turley Leroy Wiley William Tillery Harris, Willard More Info (clothing, tattoos, scars, etc.). Nikita F. Douglas Disposal of remains of indigent persons: RCW. (1) Any person, not authorized or directed by the coroner or medical examiner or their deputies, who removes the body of a deceased person not claimed by a relative or friend, or moves, disturbs, molests, or interferes with the human remains coming within the jurisdiction of the coroner or medical examiner as set forth in RCW 68.50.010, to any Michael Flavin If the county coroner or county medical examiner investigating a death is unable to establish the identity of a body or human remains by visual means, fingerprints, or other identifying data, he or she shall have a qualified dentist, as determined by the county coroner or county medical examiner, carry out a dental examination of the body or human remains. PENTELTON, Henry Robert J Kauzlarich Brown hair, no clothing and no other articles with the body. Douglas Heath If you have any information regarding any of the unidentified individuals listed here please contact our office at ( 425) 438-6200 or by email. Jeffrey D. May No family was found for her. Alvin L. Seay OLNEY, Brandon Updated: 4:50 PM PST February 26, 2022 SEATTLE Newly-released records show that authorities have been unable to identify three body parts found in the Arizona desert in December of 2020, in a. The descriptive information from missing person's reports and dental data submitted to the Washington state patrol missing and unidentified persons unit shall be recorded and maintained by the Washington state patrol missing and unidentified persons unit in the applicable dedicated missing person's databases. Terry Robertson John Legouaille Eddwynn Jordan On February 28, 1991 a fisherman on the Skykomish River near Startup found human remains on the river bank. James W. Shook He was estimated to be between 30 and 55 years old, was between 5 feet 3 inches and 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed between 130 and 180 pounds. James Hawkins Santiago Colas Robert E. Betson 17-1145 Christine L. Larson, died at age 61 on 05/30/17 of natural causes while at home in University Place. She remains unclaimed by her family. Donna Price MIKOLAS, Dave The remains of a young girl have been discovered along the H.B. The chief official of any such agency shall designate one or more persons to execute authorizations pursuant to the provisions of this section. BAL, Jacqueline LEE, Melinda In addition, over nineteen thousand missing persons cases and over four thousand unidentified persons cases that were included in the national missing and unidentified persons system have been resolved. Jose Casco GRIFFITHS, John Following concerns they were improperly stored and part of homicide investigations, Central Washington University transferred the remains of 13 people whose bones were stored in its anthropology . Andrew D. Kidd Luverne Dehline The mystery of the unidentified . LENK, Victor William Braxton Overall, her cranium and three other bone fragments were recovered. Nabil Dehamna The department will have jurisdiction over such remains until provenance of the remains is established. (ii) Liability on behalf of the state, the state's officers, employees, or instrumentalities; or on behalf of the person, firm, corporation, or association transferring the remains. Jason J. Hulet BRIZUELA, Alejandro Chelgren, Teresa J. Eusebio Santos Dennis J. Tarkman Frances K. Swanson William D. Moen If the county coroner or county medical examiner with the aid of the dental examination and other identifying findings is still unable to establish the identity of the body or human remains, he or she shall prepare and forward such dental examination records within thirty days of the date the body or human remains were found to the dental identification system of the state patrol identification and criminal history section on forms supplied by the state patrol for such purposes.
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