Three Arrested in the Disappearance and Murder of 22-Year-Old Mya Fuller from Murfreesboro

Jul 13, 2023 at 08:48 am by WGNS News

See the UPDATED news story about Mya Fuller HERE, where you can also hear soundbites from the press conference that was held on Thursday, July 13, 2023. In the update, you will find the names and photos of the three suspects in her death. 

MURFREESBORO, TN - UPDATE: A total of three people have been arrested in the death of 22-year-old Mya Fuller. The young lady was reported as missing from Murfreesboro and later discovered dead in Wilson County.Family members last saw Fuller alive on July 29, 2022 in Murfreesboro, which is where she lived. Fuller graduated from Blackman High School in 2018, where she played basketball and was an honors student. She graduated Magna cum Laude.



Before the 22-year-old was reported as missing, she is believed to have worked at an event on July 30th at the Nashville Soccer Club in Geodis Park, according to a previous report.

About a week after she was reported as missing, the lifeless body of Mya Christine Fuller was located in rural Wilson County, TN. She was found along Trammel Lane, which runs between Highway 231 near Cedars of Lebanon State Park and Highway 70 in Watertown on August 6, 2022.

Now - - reports indicate two women and one man have been arrested in connection to her death. The three have been charged with criminal homicide. Details of how they were tied to her life, her disappearance and what exactly happened have not been released, as this is still an active investigation.

Prior to Fullers body being located last year in Wilson County, the Sheriff’s Office there said that Fuller’s dark gray 2020 Toyota Camry was found near the Island Vibes night club on Antioch Pike near Harding Place in Nashville. Fuller reportedly went to the club on July 30, 2022.

WGNS will continue to follow this story.

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