Kristi Ah You, then Stanislaus County chief deputy coroner, explains how the autopsy photograph in her hand was useful for forensic artist Gloria Nusse, center, to construct a clay model of Jane Doe 48, at right at the sheriff’s office in Ceres.
Kristi Ah You, then Stanislaus County chief deputy coroner, explains how the autopsy photograph in her hand was useful for forensic artist Gloria Nusse, center, to construct a clay model of Jane Doe 48, at right at the sheriff’s office in Ceres. Adrian Mendoza Modesto Bee file
Kristi Ah You, then Stanislaus County chief deputy coroner, explains how the autopsy photograph in her hand was useful for forensic artist Gloria Nusse, center, to construct a clay model of Jane Doe 48, at right at the sheriff’s office in Ceres. Adrian Mendoza Modesto Bee file

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