Police were able to identify the unidentified torso as 20-year-old Jessica Taylor.

In New York, Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota announced May 9, 2011, that some of the body parts discovered recently on Long Island’s beaches belong to Jessica Taylor, whose headless body was discovered in 2003.

Taylor’s head and hands were found on Oak Beach, along the Ocean Parkway.

But Spota says Taylor’s death is not necessarily related to the murders of four women found on the area’s beaches in December 2010. To date, the parts of more than ten victims have been found among the beaches of Long Island’s south shore.

Officials also announced that more than one killer had disposed of the bodies.

In 2003, a woman walking her dog near Halsey Manor Road and the Long Island Expressway happened upon a gruesome crime scene and called police. When cops arrived at the deserted access road, they found the nude, dismembered remains of a 20- to 30-year-old woman.  The white or Hispanic woman was no taller than 5 feet 5 inches tall and under 125 pounds. She was decapitated and had her hands severed. In an effort to conceal the woman’s identity, the killer had eliminated the most notable means of indentification — her fingerprints and dental records. However, one crucial clue was overlooked. Police hoped a partially mutilated tattoo found just above the woman’s right hip would lead to her identityand the killer.

Finally, in February 2004, after releasing a photo of the tattoo, police received a call from detectives in Washington, D.C.

New York Detectives Hold Out Hope

Police were able to identify the unidentified torso as 20-year-old Jessica Taylor.

For months, Suffolk County, N.Y. detectives chased down lead after lead, hoping for one more piece of evidence to help their case. Finally, in February 2004, after releasing a photo of the tattoo, police received a call from detectives in Washington, D.C. D.C. detectives told Suffolk County cops about a missing woman with a tattoo on her lower right hip. With DNA testing, New York police soon had a name for their Jane Doe — Jessica Taylor.

Cops soon learned that Jessica was a prostitute working up and down the coast from D.C. to New York. She was last seen working in Manhattan in mid-July of 2003. Now, with a name, Suffolk County police are turning to you for help.

Serial Killer Stalking NY Women?

Six years before Jessica Taylor’s dismembered body was found, Nassau County police were called to Lake Hempstead State Park. When they arrived on scene, they found the torso of an African American woman wrapped in black plastic garbage bags and stuffed into a green Rubbermaid container. Inside the container, police found a reddish colored towel and flowered pillowcase. For 10 years, police have been hoping one major clue would help them identify the woman – a peach tattoo located above the woman’s left breast. Police were able to locate the tattoo artist, but that’s when the trail went cold.

On March 3, 2007, a female torso stuffed inside a suitcase washed ashore in Mamaroneck, N.Y. The legs of the victim were recovered in Long Island weeks later. Inside the suitcase, police found purple color Champion sweatpants, a reddish colored camisole, an off-white long-sleeved T-shirt made by Voice and scraps of what looks like a calendar. The torso also had a tattoo of two cherries above the right breast.

Although police don’t believe the three women were killed by the same person, they are looking into the possibility. For now, police need your help to find justice.

Wanted For:

  • Murder , Suffolk County , NY ; Jul 26, 2003

(Information valid as of May 10, 2011)

Associated Persons:

Nearly four years later, another torso washed ashore in Mamaroneck, NY.
Fugitive
from:  http://www.amw.com/fugitives/case.cfm?id=45219
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Each letter of the first name rules 9 years of life.  Ages 0 to 27 are ruled by the sum of the first three letters of the first name.
Jessica Taylor
10 (J is the 10th letter of the alphabet) + 5 (e is the 5th letter of the alphabet) + 19 (s is the 19th letter of the alphabet) = 34
So the number 34 ruled her ages zero to twenty-seven.
34 = Things happened really quickly.
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