Poster of John Doe, #3032

John Doe, #3032

John Doe, #3032
  • Case number: 3032
  • Incident location: 4410 Franklin Blvd., St. Herman's House of Hospitality
    Cleveland, Ohio - Cuyahoga County
  • Incident date: 12/15/1986
  • Homicide date: Unknown
  • Gender: Male
  • Race/Ethnicity: White
  • Height: 66", measured
  • Weight: 164lbs
  • Hair color: Grey
  • Eye color: Brown
  • Law enforcement agency: Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office


On 12/15/1986, a white male collapsed during a meal at St. Herman's House of Hospitality of an apparent heart attack. This man was approximately 50-65 years old and the bridge of his nose was flat and slightly crooked. He had a current left tibia fracture, amputation of distal phalanx of right fourth finger and a cast on the right leg. He was blood type “O” and had nitroglycerin tablets in his pocket. The victim was wearing a beige shirt, black pants over gray pants, white undershirt with red trim, one blue sock on left foot only and a brown belt. He had chewing tobacco and a lighter. The coroner’s office noted the following; 1) Vertically inclined Y-shaped scar, 1 1/2" x 1/2" in length along the left medial third of the forehead 2) Vertically inclined irregular linear scar, 1 1/2" in length in left mid third of the forehead 3) Transversely inclined scar, 1 1/2" in length in the right supraorbital region. 4) Transversely inclined scar, 1/2" in length in left anterior inferior aspect of chin 5) Two transversely inclined scars, each 1/2" in length in right antecubital fossa 6) Vertically inclined scar, 3" in length along the anterior surface of the mid third of the left leg, the underlying shaft of the left tibia appears irregular and feels firm. This appearance is consistent with an old healed fracture.


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