Unidentified Remains from Montgomery County Texas

This is a list of unidentified remains that have been found in Montgomery County Texas from 1983 to 2002.  This information was obtained from the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Cold Case Report that you can see in full by clicking here.  To read about the missing in Texas (Missing Texas Forty) please click here.


Murder of Unidentified White Female May 13, 1983 – 76 Truck Stop Hwy 59 at FM 1485 New Caney, Texas
SYNOPSIS

At approx. 7:35 am, MCSO Deputies responded to a wooded area behind the 76 Truck Stop where schoolchildren had found the decomposing body of an unidentified white female. The location of the body was positioned in an area where tractor trailers normally parked. An autopsy revealed that she had been killed by two blows to the head,which resulted in skull fractures. The victim was described as follows:15–22 yoa, 59” in height, with a decomposed weight of 78 lbs.Complainant had dark brown hair that was about seven inches inlength. She was wearing “Shades” designer blue jeans, a tan“Wrangler” long-sleeve terry cloth t-shirt, and white panties.Recently, MCSO Cold Case Detectives submitted potential known DNA from victim’s remains to be entered into the Missing / Unidentified Persons DNA database.To date, insufficient DNA has been obtained in order to enter a profile into CODI


Cimarron Country Subdivision, Magnolia, Texas, June 8, 1985
SYNOPSIS

On June 8, 1985, a property owner was working on his 10-acre tract of land when he discovered what appeared to be human skeletal remains. The property was located within the Cimarron Country Subdivision in Magnolia, Texas. MCSO Deputies responded and collected additional skeletal remains, which were subsequently examined by experts. The following possible description was obtained: Probably a white male, 20–40 yoa, and 5’03” to 5’04” in height


Lake Conroe, @ Rush Creek, Conroe, Texas, Nov. 29, 1985
SYNOPSIS

On November 29, 1985, a citizen was fishing in Lake Conroe, at Rush Creek, and hooked a human skull. MCSO Deputies investigated and observed that the skull bore writing, which included references to Japanese and World War II. MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted the remains for DNA testing, Anthropological Analysis, and submission to the Missing Persons / Unidentified DNA database. No DNA could be obtained.


Crater Lake, off Crater Road, August 3, 1986
FM 3083, Conroe, Texas
SYNOPSIS

On August 3, 1986, at approx. 5:00 pm, several citizens were at Crater Lake reminiscing about their “old hangout” when they observed what appeared to be a body in the water. MCSO Deputies responded, along with the local fire department. The body was removed from the lake utilizing a boat and it was discovered that the body had been weighted down with two cement cinder blocks that were attached to the body with an electrical cord. An autopsy revealed that the unidentified male had died from multiple gunshot wounds. The body has never been identified and his described as follows: Possible street name of “New York Billy” Male / White, 20-30 years of age, 5’0614(approx), 133 lbs, Small Build, Collar length Brown / Reddish hair, decaying teeth (See dental chart-#9 & #11 heavy decay, #10 partially missing from decay. Wisdom teeth #1, #16, & #32 were surgically removed (absent). Wisdom tooth #17 was present), Tattoos-Left lower arm–professional design of small devil with painted tail, Left upper arm–poor quality design of name “Liz”, Right upper arm–poor quality design of name “Baby Dawn”, Left ear lobe pierced, Clothing worn-Levis men’s denim blue jeans size 30 waist, 31 length, in good condition, brown short sleeve shirt button type, double open type pockets, and squaretail. Label inside collar had M-SS, 8-0178-25,“Wilson” written on it. Men’s white heavy athletic type socks.


Woods off League Line Rd. 2.4 miles west of I-45 Conroe, Texas, January 17, 1988
SYNOPSIS

On January 17, 1988, a citizen was scouting a wooded area for future hunting purposes located off League Line Road, approx. 2.4 miles west of I-45. While walking the area, he observed what appeared to be a lower jawbone of a human. The citizen took the bone to a local dentist, who confirmed that it was human. MCSO Deputies responded and a search of the area revealed additional human skeletal remains. The remains were subsequently examined by experts and the possible description is as follows:  White male, 40 plus years of age, 5’04” or taller, with numerous teeth having been extracted. Remains probably in woods four plus years. MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted DNA into the DNA database known as CODIS, which revealed the remains are those of a male, not a female as previously believed in 1988.


September 20, 1997, 3400 block of Riley Fuzzel Rd, Spring, Texas
SYNOPSIS

On September 20, 1997, a citizen was making a trail for a deer stand in a wooded area in the 3400 block of Riley Fuzzel Road, approx. 1.5 miles north of Rayford Road. The citizen observed a human skull and notified the MCSO. Deputies investigated and recovered additional human remains. Examination by experts revealed that the skull contained a bullet hole. A probable description was obtained:  Possibly a white male, greater than 30 years of age.  MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted the remains for DNA testing and submission to the Missing Persons / Unidentified DNA database (CODIS).


June 11, 1998, 600 block of Airline Drive, Conroe, Texas
SYNOPSIS

On June 11, 1998, a citizen was walking in a wooded area behind his home in the 600 block of Airline Drive (Conroe, Texas) when he observed what appeared to be the top portion of a skull protruding from the ground. MCSO Deputies investigated and recovered additional skeletal remains, along with a blue or black ball cap with a “Lone Star Feed” logo. MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted the remains for DNA testing and submission to the Missing Persons / Unidentified DNA database known as CODIS.  DNA testing revealed the remains belong to a FEMALE.


August 6, 1998, 21000 block of Baptist Encampment Rd., New Caney, Texas 27
SYNOPSIS

On August 6, 1998, children playing in an abandoned house in the 21000 block of Baptist Encampment Road (New Caney,Texas) discovered human skeletal remains. MCSO Deputies investigated and found that the remains were located on top of the ground just inside the doorway. The area was flood prone. MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted the remains for DNA testing, Anthropological Analysis, and submission to the Missing Persons /Unidentified DNA database. The skull in this case appears to contain evidence of having been associated with a previous autopsy. DNAcould not be obtained.


January 21, 2001, 10000 block of Bilnoski Road, Willis Texas
SYNOPSIS

On January 20, 2001, a citizen was operating a bulldozer in a partially wooded area in the 10000 block of Bilnoski Road, Willis,Texas. During excavation, the dozer uncovered dentures and upon investigation, human skeletal remains were discovered. MCSO Deputies investigated and recovered additional human remains. The dentures bore the name “Eaton” and the number 330841. The dentures may have been issued through the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Examination by experts revealed a probable description: Possibly a white or Hispanic male, over 50 years of age at time of death. MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted the remains for DNA testing and submission to the Missing Persons / Unidentified DNA database. DNA has been uploaded into CODIS.


January 12, 2002, 20000 block of Hwy 105 East, Cleveland, Texas
SYNOPSIS

On January 12, 2002, MCSO Deputies met with a citizen that had purchased an iron cauldron at a flea market located in the 20000 block of Hwy 105 East, Cleveland, Texas. The cauldron contained books on the occult, along with a human skull. Investigation revealed that the above articles had been purchased from a self-storage unit in Houston, Texas, after nonpayment of rent. MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted the remains for DNA testing and submission to the Missing Persons / Unidentified DNA database. DNA could not be obtained.


October 15, 2002, Peach Creek Bridge at Faulkner Rd, Cleveland, Texas
SYNOPSIS

On October 15, 2002, a citizen was checking Peach Creek Bridge on Faulkner Road (Cleveland, Texas) and observed what appeared to be a skull in the water. The MCSO Dive Team searched the creek for additional remains, but none was found. MCSO Cold Case Detectives have submitted the remains for DNA testing, Anthropological Analysis, and submission to the Missing Persons / Unidentified DNA database. No DNA was obtained.

The above information was obtained by the Cold Case Report put out by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

Anyone with information regarding a cold case is asked to contact Montgomery County CrimeStoppers at 1-800-392-STOP (7867) or www.montgomerycountycrimestoppers.org
or contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Cold Case Squad directly at 281-
297-6507.

 

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