WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TX — The Williamson County Sheriff's Office announced that one of their cold case is getting picked up by the DNA Doe Project.
They will be looking into the Corona Girl Jane Doe case.
On Sept. 25 1989, an unidentified woman was found in brush near I-35 in Williamson County. She had been shot multiple times.
It was determined that she was 18-24 years of age.
When found she was wearing a white t-shirt with “Cinco De Corona” and “Celebrate Corona” logos with the sleeves and bottom cut like fringe over a bra. She had on bikini panties under black knit pants, but no shoes. She wore one earring and 16-18 inch necklace consisting of one white bead in the center of four gold-colored beads.
Her right ear was pierced 3 times, her left ear pierced 2 times. She had an appendectomy scar on her abdomen.
She is known as “Corona Girl” for her t-shirt.
Anyone who believes they have relevant information on this case should contact authorities directly:
Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office
Sandra Call, Forensic Death Investigator
DNA Doe Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit humanitarian initiative created to help identify Jane and John Does and return them to their families. Does can't speak for themselves, so we must speak for them. The DDP acts as a portal for agencies, donors, and volunteers to work together to bring closure to the unnamed dead.