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Case File 303UFGA

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Reconstructions of Victim

Unidentified White Female

  • The victim was discovered in October 13, 2002 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia.
  • State of remains: Partial Skeleton.

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 25-50 years old
  • Distinguishing characteristics: Medium to long brown hair. Slim build. May have been called "Bodine" or "Bodean".
  • Jewelry: Silver colored ring marked "Korea" and "925"
  • Dentals: Partial dental chart Available. No mandible.
  • DNA: mtDNA Available in FBI NMPDD
Ring marked with "Korea" and "925"

Case History
The victim was found in wooded area near Charlie Brown Airport. Skeletal remains including skull (no mandible), pelvic bone, scapula, and right femur. Vertebraem left clavicle, sternum, arm bones, and hand bones were found. Torso, Limbs, Hands Not Recovered.

Reportedly Gerald Patrick Lewis, who has been in custody for several years, admits to having killed and left a white female in this area in 1993; some of these reported facts are consistent with observations made at the scene and in the examination of the remains. The inmate reports that this female was picked up at The Alamo on Metropolitan Parkway (formerly Stewart Avenue) and thinks that she may have been called "Bodine" or "Bodean".
She frequented the Alamo motel on Stewart Avenue in 1993 or 1994.

If you have any information about this case please contact:
Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office

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Source Information:
LAW & ORDER Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA) October 22, 2002

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