Police And The Sharpton Family Needs Your Help

Erika Megan Sharpton

Megan Sharpton’s family hopes offering a reward will encourage people with information about her death to come forward.
The 24-year-old Tullahoma nursing student’s beaten and burned body was discovered just off Awalt Road in Franklin County by a passerby around 1:15 a.m. on the morning on July 2.
Her Ford Mustang was found later that day parked in the middle of Three Forks Bridge Road in Bedford County.
The vehicle was taken to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s crime lab in Nashville for processing. Her family is hoping anyone with information will come forward and help give them closure. Call the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department at 967 2331 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-Find.
Anyone interested in donating to the reward fund, which has reached $10,000, or buying a t-shirt, can email Sharpton’s sister-in-law, Lindsay Foutch at Lindsay.Foutch@gmail.com. Donations to the reward fund can be made at any location of American City Bank.
A Facebook page has also been set up in her honor