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Case Update: Jane Arroyo Grande Doe Identified

Stories of the Unsolved

December 2, 2021:

The Henderson Police Department has announced the identity of an unidentified female found west of the Arroyo Grande wash in Henderson, Nevada on October 5, 1980.

Known as “Jane Arroyo Grande Doe“, the deceased has been identified as 17-year-old Tammy Corrine Terrell. The identification was made through the use of genetic genealogy, following the exhumation of her remains in 2016.

On November 10, 2021, the Henderson Police Department’s Investigative Division received a positive identification, prompting them to contact Jane Doe’s potential relatives in an attempt to identify those family members who may have gone missing. They were able to locate her two sisters, who confirmed her identity and supplied investigators with DNA.

Tammy Terrell was last seen at a restaurant in Roswell, New Mexico after attending the Roswell State Fair on the evening of September 28, 1980. She was allegedly with an unidentified White male…

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A Fatal Decision in New York

A combination of two of my bigger interests: true crime and history. Great stories. You should check them out.

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Hello everyone, and welcome to Forgotten True Crime by Okie Investigations, the True Crime Podcast where we tell the stories of crimes that happened long ago. If you are a true crime fan, make sure you subscribe to the podcast. That way, when we have new episodes, you will be the first to know. Also, check us out on our Facebook page Okie Investigations and visit our blog TrueCrime.Blog where we post a lot of the cool things we found for each episode. This episode, “A Fatal Decision in New York,” has a lot of exciting stuff for you to dig into. Make sure you go there and check it out.

Parts of this story may contain opinions and speculations and should be taken as such. These stories depict violent crimes of all types and may be a trigger for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.

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