Kenosha Police Identify Skeletal Remains

KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — Kenosha police say a human skeleton found this year is that of a Chicago man reported missing in 2012. Authorities said Monday a DNA match identified the remains as that of Hozia Jackson, who was born in 1965. Jackson’s remains were discovered in April off a frontage road of Interstate 94 in Kenosha. Police were called after a surveyor found a skull in the ditch. Police said the death is being investigated as suspicious in nature, and the cause of death is still unknown.



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