Lonoke County John Doe was a male who was found lying face-down in a ditch on Interstate 40 between Lonoke and Carlisle, Arkansas. A wire was found tied around his neck, along with his hands tied with a clock and cord.
- Dark brown hair.
- 2 scars located on the anterior abdominal wall:
- The first is described as irregular, transverse, broad, and present on the suprapubic area of the body.
- The second scar is long and linear, extending from the epigastrium to the pubis, located in the right paramedian position.
- A tattoo of flowers on the front of the left forearm.
- A tattoo of the word "Mom" underneath the letters "K.C." on the front of the right forearm.
- A supra-eruption mesial drift on one of his molars.
- Labioverted top front teeth.
- Mesio-occlusal alloy present on one of the top teeth.
- An occlusal alloy on one of the top molars.
- Occlusal alloy on bottom right molars.
Clothing and accessories
- A pair of blue socks.
- A pair of "Oshkosh Bgosh" brand brown corduroy pants accompanied by a rust-colored patch located on the crotch region.
- A brown belt with stitching on it.
- A pair of jockey shorts, size 32.
- A white short-sleeved t-shirt, with a name on the back inside of "Lindblad, W."
- A silver-colored filigree belt buckle with "Newton Manufacturing" written on it and adorned with an engraving of a cowboy on a horse.
The following have been ruled out as the decedent, per NamUs: