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Case File 346UMFL

Reconstruction of Victim

Unidentified Caucasian Male

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: 25 - 35 years old
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 5'9"; 150 - 160 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair. The victim had been injured sometime within four years prior to his death. An operation had been performed to repair the victim's lower left leg by inserting a stainless steel pin.
  • Dentals: N/A
  • Clothing: N/A

Case History
The victim was located on February 1, 1994 in an area just off Biscayne Boulevard. The victim had been mutilated. There were rope marks on the skin and mutilations to the neck and pelvic region. The genitals of the victim had been removed.
Daniel Conahan Jr. is a prime suspect in this case, as well as in at least five other murders for which he has not been tried. On August 17, 1999 he was found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder and kidnapping in the homicide of Richard Allen Montgomery. He received the death sentence. The homicides have been named "The Florida Hog Trail Murders". The victims were all found within a ten-mile radius of one another, all were transients, four were posed on their backs, three had missing genitals and one was dismembered and scattered. Police believe that Conahan may have gotten rid of body parts in hospital biohazard containers while working as a nurse. All the bodies were found within 10 miles of Conahan's home.

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Source Information:
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