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Friday February 13, 2015
Adams, Robertson County, Middle Tenn.
TBI: Burned Body In Adams Identified
Back on February 1st the charred remains of an individual was discovered in a field in Adams TN. Today the Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation released the name of the woman. She is identified as Amy Murphy, 31, of Clarksville.
Two days after the grim discovery of the body special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation were asking for the public’s help in identifying ring found at the scene.
The deceased individual was found in a field off Highway 76 in Robertson County, near the Montgomery County line. During the course of the investigation, agents found a ring (Pictured) near the body. Agents were hoping someone might recognize the ring in an effort to identify the body.
Now that police have identified the victim they can start reconstructing the last hours of the woman’s life to try to piece together exactly what happened.
For Smokey’s full coverage of this story continue reading below.
Charred Body Found In Adams Sunday Morning – TBI Investigating
Early Sunday morning around 6:45AM, two neighbors living adjacent to Highway 76 near Port Royal Rd in Adams, Tn noticed a small fire and called 911.
According to Robertson County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Ryan Martin, Adams Fire responded to the call, as firefighters were working to extinguish the flames they noticed what they believed to be were human remains.
The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office was called to investigate. Agents with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office did confirm it was charred human remains. Due to the nature and scope of the scene, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation was called in to assist in the investigation. The T.B.I has specialized equipment and investigators trained to deal with this kind of a situation.
The body is situated about 500 feet from the Sulphur Fork Creek on HWY 76 just shy of the Montgomery County border about 100 feet off the road in an open field. (Location Of Body)
A secondary scene (pictured right) near the road has also been taped off. No information has been released as to how this second area is connected to the investigation at this time. When asked if foul play was suspected police said, “It’s under investigation.”
Police have not identified the body as of 1:30am Monday. Unless some sort of identification is found on the body it may be days before an official announcement is made. Click here for Smokey’s interview with police.
Timeline: 6:45am- Initial call comes into 911, Adams Fire responds. 7:30am- Robertson County Sheriff’s Office arrives. 1:30pm-Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrives. 7:29pm- All units clear the scene.
UPDATE: As of 6:00pm Monday evening, police have not released the name of the victim, whether it was a man or a woman or whether the case will be classified as a homicide. Smokey is tracking this story, as soon as we have new information we will bring it to you.
We will bring you more updates as they become available.
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Anyone with any information about this indecent is encouraged to call the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND.
For Smokey’s original story and comments CLICK HERE.
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