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Case Information

Unidentified
75968A
November 22, 1969 02:03
February 13, 2009 13:42
October 12, 2017 14:22
February 14, 2009 07:01

Local Contact (ME/C or Other)

MD Ofc of Chief St Med Examiner
410-333-3225

Case Manager

Joe Mullin
410-333-3271

Demographics

Adult - Pre 30
20 years
29 years
Black/African American
Male
155, Measured
69, Measured

Body Parts Inventory (Check all that apply)

Recognizable face

1969 to 1969
Hours

Circumstances

Location Found

8561 Ocean Gateway
Easton
Maryland
21601
Talbot
The subject was shot by police as he and four other men attempted to rob the Holiday Inn in Easton, Maryland. The four other suspects, according to the information from The Sun newspaper were: Joseph Queen (24) of Philadelphia; Howard D. Queen (32) of Philadelphia and Royal Oak (Talbot County, Maryland); Charles H. Denshields (24) of Easton; and Charles R. West (23) of Washington (likely refers to Washington, D.C.). Ages of the other suspects refer to their ages at the time of the attempted robbery on 11/22/1969.

Physical

Unknown or Completely Bald
Goatee, thin moustache
Unknown or Missing
Unknown or Missing


Circumcised

Medical

Circumcision
Circumcised
Blood Group "B"

Fingerprints

Fingerprint information is currently not available

Clothing and Accessories


One pair red shorts, one undershirt, one pair green short pants, one pair blue checked pants, one blue sweater, one black vest, one pair brown ladies gloves
Brown shoes

Dental

Dental information / charting is currently not available

DNA

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Sample available - Not yet submitted

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Contacts

Local Contact

MD Ofc of Chief St Med Examiner
410-333-3225

Case Manager

Joe Mullin
410-333-3271

Regional Administrator

Pamela Reed
pamela.reed@unthsc.edu
817-666-5432

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