Victims of the West Mesa Bone Collector

on February 12, 2010 in Serial Killers, Unsubs, Victimology by

The West Mesa Bone Collector is thought to be responsible for the murders of more than eleven people. Although there are suspects, there have been no formal charges placed for these murders. We currently have information on the eleven victims which have been tied to the West Mesa Bone Collector.

Jamie Barela 
Jamie, age 15, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Monica Candelaria
Monica, age 22, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Victoria Chavez
Victoria, age 26, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Virginia Cloven 
Virginia, age 24, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Syllania Edwards
Syllania, age 15, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Cinnamon Elks
Cinnamon, age 32, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Doreen Marquez
Doreen, age 24, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Julie Nieto 
Julie, age 24, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Veronica Romero 
Veronica, age 28, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Evelyn Salazar
Evelyn, age 27, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

Michelle Valdez
Michelle, age 22, is thought to have been murdered between 2003 and 2005. Her remains were discovered in 2009.

2 Comments

  • Just Read and Think says:

    Its getting to be a long time and no answers yet. The most likely scenario, considering the large number of identified and still missing, is a team effort of three or so. Those taken were obviously taken during their work hours, after or around midnight and before 3:00 AM. Those ion duty at that time, the third shift of APD, see it all and are involved in it all. That would be the 10 PM to 6 AM shift along that short stretch of Central Avenue. It looks to many observers that there may have been cop involvement. Why is that not driving a movement for the investigation to be turned over to the State Attorney General’s Office, or a Federal Team?

  • Just Read and Think says:

    The Feds have arrived at the Albuquerque Police Department in the last few weeks, with details being negotiated. Rumors exist that additional disposal sites have been identified and reported to the Feds. The Feds arrived not just to address the West Mesa Murders stalled investigation, but the 37 cop shootings of citizens since 2010 and 26 killings. There has not been a single prosecution. DA Brandenberg has cleared 37 of 37. Even on the one where a homeless man was shot in the back 3 times and seen on CNN and other cable outlets, and gone viral on the internet. How could DA Brandenberg NOT even review – just a rubber stamp. To anyone with an analytical brain, there is something going on there that does not add up. Is it intimidation with the death, possible kiling, of Mary Han be an intimidation factor influencing Brandenberg? Or, are all of those millions in missing evidence room cash over 36 years sitting in offshore accounts of some secret APD supporting vigilante group account, and is DA Brandenberg getting a big deposit in her alleged offshore account with each clearing of a police initiated shooting. Things are coming to a head on this one. It has been festering for over five years.

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