The Hamilton County Coroner’s Office identified the woman found wrapped in plastic in University Heights on November 2.
The coroner’s office said Carrie Graf, 45, has been identified as the woman found in block 2700 of Enslin Street.
Graf was one of three Jane Doe cases that Hamilton County Coroner Dr Lakshmi Sammarco spoke about at a press conference on Monday.
His body was found by students at the University of Cincinnati, according to Sammarco.
University of Cincinnati students found the body of a white woman in the parking lot along the 2700 block of Enslin Street on November 2. Sammarco said she determined the woman died elsewhere and the body was left on the street in University Heights.
A bulletin from the coroner and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations described the woman as white, between 20 and 40, about 5 feet 7 inches and 210 pounds. She was only wearing black and white yoga pants. She had four tattoos: the name Julie, a cannabis leaf, the A-in-a-circle symbol of anarchy used by the Nine Inch Nails group, and a runic design.
On Monday, Sammarco said she did not suspect foul play. Graf’s cause of death is still pending, according to the coroner’s office.
Two women still unidentified
The coroner’s office is still looking for information that could identify two other women.
Sammarco has ruled that the woman in the 2018 case died of a drug overdose. The body was found wrapped in a blanket, a rose in hand, and buried in a shallow grave at an Avondale apartment complex on Glenwood Avenue.
On September 10, Colerain Township police investigated a blue Buick sedan in the parking lot of the Walmart in the 8400 block of Colerain Avenue in Colerain Township. In the passenger seat sat the body of a woman between 35 and 65, 5-foot-9, 179 pounds with shoulder-length brown hair and green eyes. She was wearing a pink hoodie, black and white shirt, gray sweatpants, and Rainbow Danskin Now tennis shoes, size 8 ½.
The Buick has New Mexico license plates. Colerain Township Police Detective Brent Wetherington said video surveillance of the parking lot spotted someone parking the car on August 30. Someone blocked the windshield with a sun visor and draped plastic over a broken window on the passenger side. The woman’s body was found in the car 11 days later.
To provide information, call the Hamilton County Coroner at 513-946-8700 or the Bureau of Criminal Investigation at 740-845-2406.