Wisconsin-Unknown 2008

Presented By

Bonnie M. Wells

FOND DU LAC, Wis. (AP) -- The partially decomposed remains found a month ago by deer hunters {{in a creek}} were those of a female 15 to 21 years old who was probably knock-kneed and pigeon-toed, Fond du Lac County Sheriff Mick Fink said Monday.

"How she walked and carried herself would be a distinctive characteristic, " the sheriff said.

Investigators believe she died in late summer or early fall but her identity remained a mystery.

"We are up against it here and we know that," Fink said. "Anything is a possibility. I wouldn't rule out anything."

Hunters found the remains Nov. 23 in a creek 17 miles south of Fond du Lac. Investigators believe she was murdered based on the isolated area where the body was found, but Fink said her cause of death was unknown.

Investigators Say Information On Jane Doe Is Out There

Dec. 26, 2008: Law enforcement authorities are encouraging people not to be shy when it comes to tips involving the "Jane Doe" homicide.

Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Department Lt. Bill Flood said phone calls of possible leads have been coming in since a Monday press conference that revealed physical statistics and clothing of a woman found Nov. 23 in a wooded area behind W4617 Skyline Drive in the town of Ashford.

Even if someone is nervous to call or thinks their lead has little substance, Flood said he would prefer they dial him or the tip line.

"We can take all kinds of information from people, and we can run down the lead and make a determination if it is viable or not," Flood said. "We would rather have them call than not call. A lot of times, people aren't aware of the intricacies of an investigation. Therefore, the significance of the information that they have might mean something more to us than them."

The woman was 5 foot 1 inch tall, give or take 3 inches, weighed 110 to 135 pounds and had light brown or dark blonde hair cut at the length of 10 to 12 inches.

Fink said during Monday's press conference that woman was knock-kneed, pigeon-toed or both.

Clothes found on the body were Angels jeans and a strapless Zoey Beth top with a pink bow on the back.

Flood said the woman estimated to be 15 to 20 years old might be easier to identify than an older victim because of recent ties to family and friends.

"People are creatures of habit," Flood said. "They have friends, they have locales that they visit and they have lives. We like to think that whoever our 'Jane Doe' is, (she) had friends and family and there is information out there that will lead us to identifying her."

Fond du Lac County Medical Examiner Douglas Kelley confirmed the three experts in the forensics field with whom he is working are wrapping up their involvement in the case.

"The Sheriff's Office and I are utilizing all the resources we have available to us; however, the process, while progressing, takes time," Kelley wrote in an e-mail to The Reporter. "Frankly, with a case such as this, I prefer steady progress to hasty decisions and time-wasting redundancy.

"Bad investigations rely on throwing the 'long ball' and hoping to get lucky. More often than not, the passes fall incomplete or get intercepted. We are opting for a strong, well-managed ground game," he added

http://www.fdlrepor ter.com/article/ 20081226/ FON0101/81226059 9/1985

A Vision


Bonnie M. Wells

Note: The following information is what I sent to someone who is a member of one of the crime groups that I am a member of. The only thing that I recalled after I sent the information is that I also saw a bridge, downstream from where the woman was tossed into the water. Everything else remains the same.

I saw a man, a heavy set, bearded man with shaggy, collar length silver/gray hair.

He was wearing jeans, a light colored shirt and suspenders.

He wore black rubber boots that came almost to the knee.

He wore a plaid shirt/jacket over top of the regular shirt and suspenders. It was almond/cream colored with brown and green stripes up and down and across forming a plaid pattern. It was open in the front allowing me to get a glimpse of the shirt he wore and the suspenders that held his jeans up because he was heavier through the gut than across the butt.

He was standing on the right hand side of a muddy river that was flowing fast. {I say right hand according to the currant}

He carried a woman draped over his arms. She had long hair -- shoulder length -- dark blond or light brown in color, and I believe she wore a dress or skirt and blouse of light coloring, because I could see her legs from the knees down, and her bare feet. Although I suppose she could have worn pants with the legs pulled or rolled up. From the way she was being carried I could not see her top portion to determine what color or style of blouse or dress top she had on.

She was a white woman and she was dead. The man threw her into the muddy water, and then wiped his hands together as if to say .... "job well done. job finished. that's that ... or some such attitude."

The area was weedy and brushy. It must have been fall or winter time because there were no leaves on anything..... Dark branches, dark grasses and weeds.

There was a large rock to the left of where the man stood. It looked as if it might have jutted out over the riverbank but I can't say for sure as I seem to have been standing to the far left and rear of the man and could not see how much of a drop there was from where he stood, down to the water. And yet, I don't think it was any great distance ..... maybe 3 or 4 feet.

I wanted the man to turn and look at me, but he wouldn't. All I could see was the side of his face and head. It looked like Wild Bill to me, but I can't say for sure.

The river was not a big river like the Ohio. Not nearly as wide as the Ohio. / end of vision.

PS: Whoever the young woman was, she was either dead BEFORE he threw her into the water, or she was unconscious because she did not struggle with him at all. Her body was limp.

The above vision was originally posted on the Holly Metzger page. It is dated 3/31/08. Whether it applies to this new Wisconsin case or not, I do not know at this point. The only information that I have is what has been put on this page, but since there were a couple of things that did seem to fit, I thought I'd add it here in case it could be of some assistance to law enforcement or anyone else working the case.


Bonnie M. Wells

December 27th, 2008

Police Seek Help With Murder Victim's Identity

She was a white 15- to 21-year-old donning jeans and a pink and black top before her body was found Nov. 23 in the town of Ashford.

Thirty days after the "Jane Doe" homicide investigation began, Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Department investigators met with the press, hoping that images of a mannequin dressed in the same clothes found at the scene will spark leads.

Sheriff Mick Fink said Hispanic ancestry cannot be ruled out for woman found in a wooded area behind W4617 Skyline Drive.

The woman is 5 foot, 1 inch tall, give or take three inches, weighs 110 to 135 pounds and has light brown or dark blonde hair cut at the length of 10 to 12 inches.

Forensic anthropologist Leslie E. Eisenberg noted that the woman was knock-kneed, pigeon-toed or both. Fink said the woman would have had a distinctive walk that will hopefully help identify her.

Detective Charles Sosinski presented a mannequin dressed in the exact clothes found on the woman. He said the Angels blue jeans currently available for purchase would typically be found at a store similar to Kohl's and the strapless Zoey Beth top with a pink bow on the back could be purchased at Family Dollar. The girl was found with no shoes or socks.

"A picture is worth a thousand words," Fink said. "I'm hoping (press) coverage of this story will able to put a face and a name to the case."

Lt. Bill Flood said the body is estimated to be outside for 30 to 90 days, and the cause of death is still undetermined. More details on length of time after death will surface when forensic entomologist Neal Haskell finishes studying bugs found at the scene.

Fink said the dental profile is currently in the National Crime Investigation Center database and DNA results will also be entered. However, if the woman was never reported as missing, she could remain "Jane Doe" forever.

Russell Plummer writes for the Fond du Lac Reporter.

Comments / BMW

The longer this goes, the stranger it gets. First of all, the woman fits the description of the one I saw in my vision almost to perfection, as does her clothing, and the fact that she was found in water.

I'm impressed by the fact that in the above photo, the legs of her 'light colored' pants are rolled up -- and she is barefoot. Again, this is exactly what I said when I originally wrote the vision on Holly Metzger's page.

I've thought and thought about the vision, and wondered why I could not see what kind or color blouse/top the woman wore.

I'm now inclined to believe that the man carrying the woman [whom I thought was Wild Bill] blocked my view of the middrif section of her body.

It was as if I could see her lower legs and feet on his left side, and her head, hair and upper shoulders on his right side, but nothing in between.

Once I saw the photo above I realized the top she was wearing didn't have any straps, sleeves, collar, etc. so that would explain why I did not see any of these things in the vision, and could not tell whether she was wearing a dress, skirt & blouse or pants rolled up to the knee.


Missing Youth At Risk

Surrey RCMP are looking for assistance from the public in locating a 14 year old female, Alexis Pearle DEVLIN.

Alexis went missing from a group home on the 14th of July and has not been seen nor heard from since that date. Both police investigators and workers are very concerned for the safety of this youth.

When last seen, Alexis was wearing black sweat pants & a grey hoodie. She is described as being 5'3" tall, 130 lbs, blonde hair and blue eyes.

Police have made extensive inquiries around the area including area hospitals, social service agencies & organizations such as The Front Room to no avail.

Anyone with any information is asked to call police @ (604) 599-0502 & asked to speak with Cst. Brad Williams.

Surrey RCMP Detachment

14355 57th Avenue

Surrey, B.C. V3X 1A9

Phone: (604)599-0502

Fax: (604)599-8892

Email: media.webmaster@rcmp-grc.gc.ca


{{There is no year listed on this missing person poster, so I don't know for certain if it was 2008 or not. I figured anyone interested could contact authorities and verify the year.}}

{{This page will be sent to the email listed above, as well as to the Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Department.}}

{{This page was sent to the following email addresses on December 30th, 2008: If I receive any response, it will be posted on this page under RESPONSE.}}




Re: Alexis DevinFriday, January 2, 2009 2:04 PM


To: bmw_fastasu@yahoo.com

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Hi Bonnie,

We have passed your email along to the Surrey RCMP detachment. For any further inquiries, please contact the detachment directly at:

14355 57TH AVE, SURREY, V3X 1A9

(604) 599-0502

Thank you

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Bonnie M. Wells

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