Brevard County John Doe was a man who was found in Indialantic, Florida on October 28, 1989.
The victim was found to have washed ashore on the Atlantic Ocean surf, near 2095 North Highway A1A after a storm. He tested positive for alcohol and within five hundred feet was a makeshift raft. The raft had materials from Communist bloc countries, as well as two kilograms of cocaine.
It is believed the victim did time in a Cuban jail, as a tattoo expert confirmed his tattoo was a Cuban jail tattoo.
A week before the body was found, a Haitian man washed ashore alive in Southern Florida and said he lost two companions out in the ocean. Authorities considered a possible connection between the two incidents, but it is unknown if any connections were confirmed.
- Brown hair, based on the few hairs near the left occipital hairline.
- Scar on the left lower quadrant.
- Tattoo of the letters "MDP" and an underlying mosquito with a sunburst anterior to it and underneath it are the words "Madre Mia" at the right deltoid area.
- Dental work present.
His clothing was made in Communist bloc countries:
- Long-sleeve green shirt.
- Blue jeans.
- White tennis shoes.