Grays Harbor County

Coroner's Office

Lane Youmans

Dwight Combs
Deputy Coroner

George Patrick
Deputy Coroner

Robert Kegel
Deputy Coroner

Nancy Perron
Administrative Assistant

1006 North H St.
Aberdeen, WA 98520
Office # 360-537-6139
24hr # 360-532-2322
Fax # 360-533-4633

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Grays Harbor County currently has four active Unidentified Remains cases. They are profiled below. If you have any information on any of these unidentified persons, please call the Coroner at 360-537-6139.

1.   In November of 2006, the remains of an unidentified male who had possibly drowned were located on the beach in Taholah. The gentleman appeared to be from 50 to 60 years of age (per dental identification), and was about 5 foot 9 inches in height. This is our Coroner’s Case # 06-297.

2.   On September 16, 2001, an unidentified male died at a motel in the Lake Quinault area. The gentleman appeared to be in his 20’s. He was 6 foot 1 inch in height and weighed 130 to 140 pounds. He had black hair and hazel/green eyes. He appeared to be of Caucasian/African or Caucasian/Native American descent. He had a surgical scar and his appendix may have been removed. He registered under the name of: Lyle Stevik, of Meridian, Idaho. The dental chart and DNA profile of this gentleman are available. The accompanying likeness is from a digital reconstruction by David Manos Morris, This is our Coroner’s Case #01-238.
John Doe-Case #01-238
John Doe-Case #01-238

3.   A deceased male was found on the beach at Grayland on April 30, 1997. He appeared to have been in his late teens to early 20’s in age. He was of medium build and between 68 and 69 inches in height. His dental restoration included 4 stainless steel crowns. His dental chart and DNA profile are available. This is our Coroner’s Case #97-106. The following reconstructive sketches were done by Detective Doug Smythe of the Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Department.

John Doe-Case# 97-106
Jon Doe-Case# 97-106

4.   The remains of a Native American female were found on October 24, 1988, on the A-1100 Road, Vance Creek, near Elma. She was of medium to stocky build, between 58 and 62 inches in height. Her approximate age range may be from 22 to 35 years. She had a Sapphire and 10k gold earring and a silver ring with a pearl. This ring was sold by Avon during the winter of 1981. She died from homicidal violence. Her dental chart is available. The accompanying likeness is from a clay reconstruction of what she may have looked like. Her Coroner’s Case is #88-224. The following clay reconstruction was done by Detective Doug Smythe of the Grays Harbor County Sherriff's Department.

Jane Doe-Case #88-224