|30’s to early 40’s |
|5’ 8½” |
|190 lbs |
Date of Death
|24 to 48 hours prior to discovery |
|Decedent was found on the ground just off of a private gravel access road in the Bannon Street Mission area in Sacramento. |
|Tattoos of longhaired females, flowers and parrots are on the right upper arm and forearm to the wrist.
“Yolanda” is tattooed in a cursive style of the right forearm.
A tattoo of unknown design on the right hand.
Starting at the left shoulder and extending over the left arm are tattoos of medieval castles, dragons, skulls, and tombstones.
On the outside of the left arm is a wizards head and stylized lion.
Continuing down the left arm are tattoos including faces of longhaired (occasional nude) females, brick walls, flowers, cartoon-type animal characters (possibly a dog), a head of an Indian brave, and other cartoon-like figures.
In block script the word “Huerito” is also tattooed on the left arm.
There is an Aztec eagle on the lower chest. On the right wing is the word “san”. There is also lettering on the left wing which cannot be determined.
There is some lettering that is tattooed above the left knee.
The name “Yolanda” is tattooed on the right clavicle.
The word “san” with the “n” backwards and the word “jo” is on the left back.
|Gray “Lev1” jeans (waist size 36/30 length), burgundy stripped shirt, “Brutini” tan designer shoes size 10 1/2. |
Other distinguishing characteristics
|Identified 3/16, Richard Pacheco|