The mother of Megan Sharpton is pleading for help from the district attorney to get the man she thinks is responsible for the murder behind bars. The body of the 24-year-old Tullahoma woman was found partially burning July 2nd on Awalt Road in Franklin County. Her mother is asking for DA Mike Taylor to make some moves in the case out of fear for her family’s safety as well as other girls in the area. Taylor says that investigators have developed persons of interest in the case, but that is his only comment. Megan’s mother has told reporters that there is a person of interest that has her terrified. She says she is impressed with the amount of evidence that has been collected by Franklin County Sheriff’s investigators in the case. There is a reward offered for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons involved in the murder of Megan Sharpton.