A body found during the examination concerning the vanishing of Eliza Fletcher,
the 34-year-elderly person who was stole during a run Friday morning, has been
affirmed as the missing jogger, specialists said Tuesday.
Police in Memphis, Tennessee, declared Monday that a body had been found one day
after charges were reported against a man in the supposed hijacking case.
On Sunday, Memphis police declared that Cleotha Abston, 38, was accused of abducting
and altering proof regarding Fletcher's vanishing.
Following distinguishing proof of her body, police said extra charges were added against
Abston for first-degree murder and first-degree murder in the execution of grabbing.
During a game plan Tuesday, an appointed authority set his bond for $510,000.