The body of the victim was found inside a yellow 1975 Corvette parked at the K-Mart located on State Rd 84 and University Drive with blunt force trauma to the head. The keys of the vehicle were in the ignition at the time of discovery and the doors were unlocked.
The victim was found floating, face down, in a canal on the east side of SW 148th Ave. The victim was found wearing only a pair of blue jeans and sunglasses. Flip-flop sandals were found along the bank of the canal, possibly belonging to the victim.
The victim was found deceased on the east side of I-75 northbound with multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was known for traveling to and from Florida and the Bahamas. The last person known to speak to the victim was his wife, who stated the victim was on his way to Fort Lauderdale International Airport, on his way back to the Bahamas. The victim had rented a vehicle – a white 1989 Chevrolet Corsica later found parked unevenly in the parking lot of the hotel the victim was staying. The victim was found wearing blue jeans, a white shirt, and white shoes.
INCIDENT DATE: Went missing 21 January 1982; skeletal remains were found 08 December 1982
Hair length and color: Shoulder length, reddish-brown hair
Weight: 100 lbs.
Eye color: Blue
The victim was missing her maxillary teeth. These teeth were lost prior to her death.
ABOUT THE CASE:
The skeletal remains of the victim were found scattered in a wooded area south of Griffin Road on the east side of the Florida Turnpike. The victim was determined missing on 21 January 1982 while working her shift as a store clerk at a 711 store in Hollywood. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a pink trimmed sweatshirt with pig’s head logo on the front.
ADDRESS: Canal to the Northeast corner of SW 121 Avenue and SW 36 Court
INCIDENT DATE: 18 March 1985
Hair length and color: Long, brown hair
Weight: 115 lbs.
Eye color: Brown
ABOUT THE CASE:
The victim was found floating in the canal face down wearing pantyhose, a spaghetti strap dress, and a black “members only” type of jacket. Located near the body and in the canal was a white high-heel shoe.
The body of an unidentified female was found floating in a canal at the 2600 block of SW 130th Avenue. Foul play is suspected. She has a gap between her two front teeth. Although a gap was present, it was filled with a composite-like material. The Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office ruled it a Homicide. She was found wearing “Foxy Trail” jean shorts.