Missing Nashville Woman’s Family Offers Reward

NASHVILLE, TN — The family of a Nashville woman missing nearly two weeks is now offering a $2,500 reward for information related to her disappearance.

Letitia Lane, 46, has not been seen since March 10. On March 12, a co-worker called her phone after she didn’t show up for work at the AT&T Building. The co-worker heard a woman crying and a rustling noise before the phone disconnected. Lane is the mother of three children. Metro Police suspect foul play.

On March 16, Lane’s ex-boyfriend, 49-year-old James Alfonzo "Fuzz" Vaughn, was shot and killed during a stand-off with Clarksville Police at an apartment complex. Police had learned Vaughn was staying a friend at the complex and had gone to ask him about Lane’s disappearance. Vaughn was the last person seen with Lane.

Vaughn was convicted of murder in 1996 following a deadly shooting at a Gallatin restaurant in 1995. In 2006, the Supreme Court of Tennessee reversed the conviction because of ineffective counsel and Vaughn was released pending a new trial.

In addition to the reward announced Wednesday, Lane’s family has hired a private investigator and set up a GoFundMe page to aid in the effort to find her.

Police are searching for Vaughn’s vehicles. He owned a purple 2005 Honda VT1300 motorcycle with Tennessee license plate 575ZA8 and a 2014 Chevy Silverado with Tennessee license plate T84-02L.

Image via GoFundMe

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