Help Us Identify Deceased Persons
The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office has 68 active “John Doe” and “Jane Doe” cases dating back to 1975, and we need your help to identify them. We hope that a loved one or friend may recognize the description of someone on this site that leads to an identification.
Detectives Seek Identity of Homicide Victim
An unidentified man, who was the victim of a homicide, was found deceased on Riley Road in Wilton on 04/02/12. The Coroner autopsy determined that he died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds. The Sacramento Coroner and Sheriff’s Department have had no success in identifying the victim by fingerprints and have not developed any leads to his identity.
The man is described as a Hispanic male in his late 20s to late 30s, who was 5’5” tall and weighs approximately 160 pounds. He has short dark brown/black hair, brown eyes, a moustache, and a mole on his right cheek near the moustache. The man also has a scar on the inside of his left arm, near his bicep. His clothing consisted of blue ‘Raider’ brand denim shorts with a brown leather belt over a pair of ‘Joe Boxer’ briefs with a print pattern of skulls and crossbones.
A sketch of the man was prepared by a Sheriff's Department artist. Anyone believing they know the identity of this man is asked to contact the Sacramento County Coroner's Office at (916) 874-9320
Details for case #12-1549
Adult Male's Identity Still A Mystery For Coroner
The Sacramento Coroner’s Office has been unable to identify an elderly white male who passed away on May 9, 2011 of natural causes in a nursing facility in Sacramento. The Coroner was informed that the elderly man was under investigation by the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) prior to his death for receiving health care under false declaration, grand theft and identity theft. DHCS began their investigation in February 2010 when it was discovered that the elderly man had assumed the identity of Manuel Calderon of Texas.
Details for case #11-2359
Press release for case #11-2359