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(Click On Detroit)   Do you recognize this tattoo? Because The Detroit Police would like to know who it used to be attached to   (clickondetroit.com) divider line 97
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2014-06-17 10:39:36 AM
I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.
 
2014-06-17 10:48:44 AM

BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.


One would think.  And birth certificates in Michigan for the birth date.
 
2014-06-17 10:48:57 AM

BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.


Uh, yeah, my first thought.

I'm guessing that Deisha must not have been her legal name and Deisha must not have officially been reported dead on or around that date, because otherwise these are the world's worst police detectives.

That, or Deisha died somewhere where they don't have access to the death database. Which, considering the general state of municipal incompetence re: filekeeping, is the most likely answer.
 
2014-06-17 11:07:59 AM
Rincewind53:
That, or Deisha died somewhere where they don't have access to the death database. Which, considering the general state of municipal incompetence re: filekeeping, is the most likely answer.

Unless it's outside of the states, there is nowhere where there isn't access to that.  Ancestry.com can find the SSDI (social security death index) for any person who has a death certificate since the 1960s.  If they have access to that much, no doubt the police do and then some.
 
2014-06-17 11:36:40 AM

nekom: Rincewind53:
That, or Deisha died somewhere where they don't have access to the death database. Which, considering the general state of municipal incompetence re: filekeeping, is the most likely answer.

Unless it's outside of the states, there is nowhere where there isn't access to that.  Ancestry.com can find the SSDI (social security death index) for any person who has a death certificate since the 1960s.  If they have access to that much, no doubt the police do and then some.


Yeah, but do you expect the police to  pay for an Ancestry.com subscription? What are they, made of gold?
 
2014-06-17 01:24:15 PM
No but he's a dead ringer for his brother.
 
2014-06-17 02:01:56 PM
It really is so cold in the D.
 
2014-06-17 02:02:44 PM

Rincewind53: nekom: Rincewind53:
That, or Deisha died somewhere where they don't have access to the death database. Which, considering the general state of municipal incompetence re: filekeeping, is the most likely answer.

Unless it's outside of the states, there is nowhere where there isn't access to that.  Ancestry.com can find the SSDI (social security death index) for any person who has a death certificate since the 1960s.  If they have access to that much, no doubt the police do and then some.

Yeah, but do you expect the police to  pay for an Ancestry.com subscription? What are they, made of gold?


And do you know how many Deishas there are in that database?
 
2014-06-17 02:04:01 PM
www.keepcalmandposters.com
 
2014-06-17 02:04:26 PM

BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.


I suspect they tried that, hence the whole asking they public.
 
2014-06-17 02:04:46 PM
img2.tvtome.com
Is it me you're looking for?
 
2014-06-17 02:06:42 PM
Imodium A-D got rid of my Deishas.
 
2014-06-17 02:06:47 PM
Maybe it IS Deisha, and the killer signed his work!
 
2014-06-17 02:09:42 PM
Joe Friday would have it solved in 22 minutes
 
2014-06-17 02:09:57 PM
Hey, that's mine!
 
2014-06-17 02:10:21 PM

Old Man Winter: BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.

I suspect they tried that, hence the whole asking they public.


It's Detroit. Research costs money. They are looking for tips from the public before they put man-hours into pouring through data.
 
2014-06-17 02:11:26 PM

BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.


This is pure speculation on my part, but "Deisha" seems like a stereotypical "funny black name" (no funnier than "Huntyr" or "Zaiden" or "Mykaiylah"). The tattoo is clearly on a caucasian man, so he's unlikely to be a relative. Tracking down all the friends of a deceased person is difficult - particularly if they subscribe to Fark's favorite attitude of "don't ever talk to the police about anything, ever."
 
2014-06-17 02:11:37 PM
Little did they know, it was actually the name of his pet bird.
2.bp.blogspot.com

/pretty bird
 
2014-06-17 02:12:52 PM
I read in  babynamespedia that Deisha is diminutive of Quadeisha which is popular among African American.

This woman perhaps died in another state, so the police should check other states obituaries.
 
2014-06-17 02:14:14 PM
Deisha? I hardly even know ya!

Did you hear about the dismembered guy in a block of concrete mourning Deisha? Turns out he was a hardened criminal?

Turns out, a tattoo for Deisha can cost you an arm and a leg!

/Tip your waitresses
 
2014-06-17 02:14:21 PM
I'll take the case!
 
2014-06-17 02:16:21 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2014-06-17 02:16:54 PM
Should have called the Rock
www3.pictures.zimbio.com
 
2014-06-17 02:16:56 PM

Lachwen: BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.

This is pure speculation on my part, but "Deisha" seems like a stereotypical "funny black name" (no funnier than "Huntyr" or "Zaiden" or "Mykaiylah"). The tattoo is clearly on a caucasian man, so he's unlikely to be a relative. Tracking down all the friends of a deceased person is difficult - particularly if they subscribe to Fark's favorite attitude of "don't ever talk to the police about anything, ever."


I don't think I would try to determine race by the overexposed picture of an older tattoo on a rotting corpse found partially buried in concrete.
 
2014-06-17 02:19:52 PM
The cops are lucky to get that forearm. Usually all they get is the finger.

/well deserved
 
2014-06-17 02:22:12 PM
Might want to check obits for a Ahsied in case they tattooed themselves in the mirror.
 
2014-06-17 02:22:35 PM
img.photobucket.com
 
2014-06-17 02:23:03 PM
Maybe he was into clan assault mechs.
 
2014-06-17 02:23:47 PM

Tom_Slick: Lachwen: BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.

This is pure speculation on my part, but "Deisha" seems like a stereotypical "funny black name" (no funnier than "Huntyr" or "Zaiden" or "Mykaiylah"). The tattoo is clearly on a caucasian man, so he's unlikely to be a relative. Tracking down all the friends of a deceased person is difficult - particularly if they subscribe to Fark's favorite attitude of "don't ever talk to the police about anything, ever."

I don't think I would try to determine race by the overexposed picture of an older tattoo on a rotting corpse found partially buried in concrete.


C'MON it's almost five...how much work do you want us to DO?
 
2014-06-17 02:27:27 PM
Did they find the feet?  If not, I'd get on the phone to the Seattle police.
 
2014-06-17 02:28:00 PM
Detroit isn't real well known for following up on crime investigations.

Just ask any woman who has ever been raped there.
 
2014-06-17 02:30:45 PM
whom
 
2014-06-17 02:31:21 PM
 
2014-06-17 02:33:34 PM

farkin_Gary: Detroit isn't real well known for following up on crime investigations.

Just ask any woman who has ever been raped there.


Could even contact Funeral Homes, or possibly, the local Medical Schools to see if the body had been donated to science.
 
2014-06-17 02:39:02 PM
The tattoo. It's not sexy. It's animal.

Would you like an espresso? It's good. I make it in the back...

/obscure now?
 
2014-06-17 02:39:11 PM

jaymanchu: "An officer discovered some of the parts, which were believed to be from one entire body, after opening one of several plastic containers inside."


[i2.kym-cdn.com image 273x200]


That statement, on its own, isn't necessarily deserving of that meme. It wouldn't be unheard of to discover several different sets of remains.
 
2014-06-17 02:41:14 PM
Welcome back:

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2014-06-17 02:41:52 PM

vudukungfu: Let me google that for you.


Heh.  Took someone all of probably 10 minutes to find the only person named Deisha who was born on the first date.
 
2014-06-17 02:42:01 PM
Tom_Slick:

I don't think I would try to determine race by the overexposed picture of an older tattoo on a rotting corpse found partially buried in concrete.

Prude
 
2014-06-17 02:42:35 PM
Apparently Deisha N. Dodd was the person with those DOB and DODs.
 
2014-06-17 02:43:23 PM
Used to be attached?  It still is attached.  Only it's now just changed from being a tattoo on somebody to being a tattoo on some body.
 
2014-06-17 02:46:45 PM
dude, Bones would have this solved in nanoseconds - and have figured out what sort of diseases the guy was suffering, as well.
 
2014-06-17 02:47:20 PM
I've heard the stories about the DPD....

kling_klang_bed BTW Hoffa was disappeared in B'ham.  They thought he was taken apart in the Leland Hotel basement or a Hamtramck Wrecking Yard.  Most everybody figures he's beneath 3 tons of concrete in the RenCen(Giants Stadium theory is just so asinine for that reason)
 
2014-06-17 02:51:23 PM
Rincewind53: nekom: Rincewind53:
That, or Deisha died somewhere where they don't have access to the death database. Which, considering the general state of municipal incompetence re: filekeeping, is the most likely answer.

Unless it's outside of the states, there is nowhere where there isn't access to that.  Ancestry.com can find the SSDI (social security death index) for any person who has a death certificate since the 1960s.  If they have access to that much, no doubt the police do and then some.

Yeah, but do you expect the police to  pay for an Ancestry.com subscription? What are they, made of gold?


why, when i  (and some other farkers) quote someone, it comes up in black, but for others it comes up in blue?
 
2014-06-17 02:51:44 PM
Dude was just a hardcore gamer:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Arneson
 
2014-06-17 02:53:36 PM

Dr._Michael_Hfuhruhurr: The tattoo. It's not sexy. It's animal.

Would you like an espresso? It's good. I make it in the back...

/obscure now?


Nothing is obscure here.

www.wearysloth.com
 
2014-06-17 02:53:48 PM

cgraves67: Old Man Winter: BizarreMan: I'm no detective.  But it seems to me that the first place to look would be for any death certificates from 4/7/09 and see if anybody named Deisha died on that date.  Once you find her, it should be simple to narrow down any missing family members or significant others.

I suspect they tried that, hence the whole asking they public.

It's Detroit. Research costs money. They are looking for tips from the public before they put man-hours into pouring through data.


Bingo.  Whole lot cheaper to send a picture of VERY distinctive tattoo to the local news and wait a week or so for someone to call and say "Hey!  That's Leon!" than to go all detective-y from the get-go.
 
2014-06-17 02:54:27 PM

vudukungfu: Let me google that for you.


because the obit would be published in the newspaper the exact same day she died.

nope.
 
2014-06-17 02:55:18 PM

Loucifer: Maybe he was into clan assault mechs.


Ha!

/man, I'm old :(
 
2014-06-17 02:56:24 PM

dittybopper: vudukungfu: Let me google that for you.

Heh.  Took someone all of probably 10 minutes to find the only person named Deisha who was born on the first date.


Yeah, because cops can just pull up Google...no paperwork, no follow-up required, just Google it and case closed.

Still cheaper to give the  locals a week or so to see if they know the tattoo-holder.
 
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