Metro police, FBI conclude search of ‘pig pen’ on Hickman County property, say no evidence of Tabitha Tuders
An MNPD detective told News 2 that the man who owned the property on Back Piney Road in 2003 also owned an RV that they thought looked similar to one at a storage facility just down the road in Dickson. The man is a person of interest in the disappearance of Tuders, who went missing walking to her bus stop in East Nashville in 2003.

News 2 obtained records of the property on Back Piney Road and found Albert Franklin Jr. owned the land for almost 8 months in 2003.
Sources confirm to News 2 that Metro Police and the FBI were digging up what used to be a pig pen at a property on Back Piney Road in Bon Aqua in a search for evidence in the 2003 disappearance of …
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