Another tragedy where a woman is found dead. According to a news release, the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office confirms that the body of 22-year-old Mya Fuller was found in a remote field on August 6, nearly a week after she reportedly disappeared.
Fuller, who lived with her parents in Murfreesboro, Tenn., was last seen by family on July 29. Although, her last known public sighting was a July 30 event where she worked — a Nashville SC match at GEODIS Park. However she never returned home.
On Aug. 6, Wilson County deputies responded to a property on Trammel Lane after human remains were discovered in a wooded area. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Crime Lab responded to the scene.
“We had a good girl… that talked to her family every day,” Sheriff Robert Bryan said, per WTVF-TV. “The family wants to find out who is responsible for this. They are grieving… they are burying their 22-year-old daughter.”
“We’ve got a family of a young lady and they want to know who’s responsible,” Bryan said. “There are people out there who have information that will help us in our investigation. And we ask that they come forward.”