Tuscaloosa County Jane Doe. Tuscaloosa County Jane Doe is a white female aged between 34 and 38 whose body was found in Slaughter Creek, near the Sipsey River in Romulus, Tuscaloosa County on April 18, 1982.
Most U.S. jurisdictions continue to use John Doe and his female counterpart, Jane, as placeholder names, and will bring in Roe if two anonymous or unknown parties are involved in the same case.
"John Doe" (for males) and "Jane Doe" (for females) are multiple-use names that are used when the true name of a person is unknown or is being intentionally concealed.   In the context of law enforcement in the United States , such names are often used to refer to a corpse whose identity is unknown or unconfirmed.
John Doe and Jane Doe are official test accounts created by Roblox CEO David Baszucki on June 25, 2005 (although their join dates are listed as February 27, 2006).. The name John Doe refers to an anonymous male, and likewise, Jane Doe refers to an anonymous female.
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