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The Doe Network:
Case File 269UFAZ

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Reconstructions of Victim

Unidentified Hispanic Female

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: Early 20's
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'4"; 120 - 135 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair.
  • Dentals: N/A
  • Clothing: She was wearing a gold ring displaying an "M" or "W." It was worn on the left ring finger. And a costume ring with two clear stones and one lavender stone. It was worn on the small finger of her right hand.

Case History
The victim's body was found in the Arizona desert in 1997. John Flowers admitted to the Las Vegas Metro Police that he killed the victim at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and transported her body to Arizona. Her remains were buried and the records were misplaced making it impossible to locate her remains to have a new composite done.
Ginger Rios was murdered in Las Vegas on April 4, 1997 in The Spy Craft bookstore by its owner, John Flowers, also known as Craig Jacobsen. After the murder he buried her in the Pinal County, Arizona desert where she remained until being found August 16, 1997.
Investigators are trying to determine whether there are any connections between the two bodies, buried a few hundred yards from eachother.
Since August 1994, the remains of five women have been found within a four-mile radius in the far eastern portion of the Las Vegas Valley, including the Lake Mead National Recreational Area.

Flowers was accused and indicted, offered the plea bargain of guilty but mentally ill on two counts of murder with possibility of parole after 20 plus 5 years. He's been able to appeal this conviction and will get a new trial January 6, 2003 because of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that Nevada's insanity plea laws are unconstitutional.

John Flowers

If you have any information about this case please contact:
Pinal County Sheriff's Office
Detective Solis

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NCIC Number:

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Source Information:
Las Vegas Review Journal

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