Woman Reported as MISSING in Murfreesboro Found Deceased in Wilson County, TN

Aug 16, 2022 at 08:18 pm by WGNS

WILSON COUNTY, TN – A woman who was reported as “MISSING” in Murfreesboro was found deceased in Watertown, TN. The lifeless body of Mya Christine Fuller was located along Trammel Lane, which runs between Highway 231 near Cedars of Lebanon State Park and Highway 70 in Watertown. 

Earlier this month on August 6th, Wilson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a property on Trammel Lane in the southeastern portion of Wilson County. Their response came after a report of human remains being discovered in a wooded area off of Trammel Lane. Detectives from the Wilson County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division, and members of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Crime Lab responded to the scene.


During the investigation, which remains active, confirmation was made that the human remains were that of 22-year-old Mya C. Fuller, who was reported missing from Murfreesboro, TN. Prior to her body being discovered, she was last seen by family members on July 29th. Mya Fuller worked an event on July 30th at the Nashville Soccer Club (Geodis Park).

If you have any information about who Fuller may have been with prior to her disappearance, or the events that led to her death, you are urged to contact the Wilson County Sheriff's Office detective division at 615-444-1459, ext. 233 or 359; callers may remain anonymous.  Anyone with information that leads to the successful identification, prosecution, and conviction of the person(s) responsible for Mya Fuller's death may be entitled to a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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