Tiffany Brown: Police want to talk to person of interest

A man was sentenced to life in prison without parole for murdering Tiffany Brown and Richard Russell, 86 and  Gladis Russell, 85.

Samuel K. Littleton II, of western Ohio, pleaded guilty to three counts each of aggravated murder and gross abuse of a corpse in a deal with prosecutors to avoid the death penalty for the three February slayings.

Police want to talk to a person of interest in the case of the missing Bellefontaine woman, Tiffany Brown.
Authorities put out an alert for Sammy K. Littleton, 36, of Bellefontaine about Tiffany’s disappearance.  Littleton has not been named as a suspect in the case said Sgt. Richard Herring.  Early reports say that he is the live-in boyfriend of Tiffany’s mother, Deb Neely.
Tiffany left her home at the 500 block of Albert street after leaving her kids with a neighbor on Friday.  Her 1997 Honda Civic was found in an apartment complex on Monday.  The vehicle was processed and found that the seat was pushed back to accommodate a taller person and a yellow bumper sticker was missing.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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