A neighbor found the carcass on a walk down the beach and salvaged the shell. When I showed up at False Bluff he brought me something else he'd salvaged: tags from the front flippers that showed that the University of Florida (UF) at Gainesville had tagged the turtle.
I reported the tags to UF and have been told this female sea turtle was tagged while nesting in the Pearl Cays in 2008. I followed up by sending UF photographs and additional information with my own request for input from them on specific conservation practices I can institute at False Bluff, more specific than what's outlined in the booklet mentioned in the previous post, and in English. (To date I've not had their promised response.)
I asked the neighbor who found the remains if he would bring me the skull and a few bones if there was anything left on the beach - and he did. The skull and one of the bones are shown here.