BREAKING: Body of abducted Memphis heiress discovered, suspect charged with first degree murder

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The body of kindergarten teacher, mother, and heiress to the Orgill hardware company fortune Eliza Fletcher was discovered on Tuesday, after being reported missing in Memphis, Tennessee on Friday. She was believed to be out for a jog.

Cleotha Abston, 38, is alleged to be Fletcher’s kidnapper and was charged with first degree murder on Tuesday morning.

“The deceased victim that was located yesterday in the 1600 block of Victor has been identified as 34-year-old Eliza Fletcher,” police wrote, adding that Abston had been subsequently charged with first degree murder and first degree murder in perpetration of a kidnapping.

The body was found near Victor Street and Person Avenue in South Memphis, just blocks from where Abston had been seen washing the vehicle believed to have been used in the incident.

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