Billionaire heiress Eliza Fletcher was found dead on Sept. 5.
Eliza Fletcher's friends and family are "sorrowful and crushed" after the billionaire heiress was tracked down dead on Sept. 5.
In the midst of a police examination concerning her grabbing.
The billionaire heiress and kindergarten teacher , was tracked down dead on Sept. 5, three days after she was kidnapped while out on a run in Memphis,
Liza was such a delight to so many — her family, companions, partners, understudies, guardians her friends and family said.
Fletcher was first revealed missing on Sept. 2, when she didn't get back from her morning run, specialists said.
She had been approached by a person during her run and "constrained into an SUV."
Memphis police reported that they had captured and charged Cleotha Abston, 38, with first-degree murder and execution of grabbing,
Fletcher was the granddaughter of late hardware tycoon Joseph Orgill III. Established in 1847, the Orgill organization has yearly deals of $3 billion.
"We are grateful beyond measure to local, state, and federal law enforcement for their tireless efforts to find Liza her family members said.