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Left: Facial touch up based on original autopsy photo by T. Schinnerer; center and right: Facial reconstruction based on morgue photo by H. Pratt, OSBI forensic artist
Date of Discovery: June 26, 1972
Location of Discovery: Clinton, Custer County, Oklahoma
Estimated Date of Death: Same day
State of Remains: Recognizable
Cause of Death: Pedestrian/Auto accident
** Listed information is approximate
Estimated Age: 16-20 years old
Height: 5'8" to 5'9"
Weight: 140 lbs.
Hair Color: Dark brown, long but less than shoulder length. Unshaven.
Eye Color: Hazel
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Circumcised.
Dentals: Not available.
Fingerprints: Available. Fingerprints taken by Clinton Police Department or Oklahoma Highway Patrol and sent to FBI. Current location unknown.
DNA: Not avaiable.
Clothing & Personal Items
Clothing: Never Iron Campus blue double knit shirt, blue jeans, brown 30" belt with Captain's buckle, brown leather boots with 16" top and 1" strap with brass rings on each side (size 9 to 9 1/2).
Jewelry: White gold promise ring with "TC968" engraved inside the band.
Additional Personal Items: One pack of Marlboro cigarettes. A "St.Louis County, Missouri stamp #42289" found in a pocket. Armband on the left arm which appears to have been made of denim. Blue mimeo bond sheet with hand-ruled lines listing dates 06/16-06/30 (possible work schedule or record of employment?) Written on sheet - Mollincrodt or Mellincrodt. (possibly Mallinckrodt from Saint Louis?)
The decedent was a hitchhiker or pedestrian hit by a car near the overpass on U.S. Highway 183 to I-40. He was found lying some 6 feet off the shoulder of I-40 going West at approximately 375 yards east of the overpass of U.S. Highway 183. He was released from St. Louis jail, one day prior.
If you have any information about this case please contact;
Agency Name: Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
Agency Contact Person: Sherri Nunziato
Agency Phone Number: 405-239-7141
Agency Case Number: 721300
NCIC Case Number: N/A
NamUs Case Number: UP #2991
Former Hot Case Number: 1338
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.