TULLAHOMA, Tenn. (AP) -- Law enforcement officials say they are continuing to gather information about the death of a nursing student found dead in July in Tullahoma.
Franklin County District Attorney Mike Taylor told The Tullahoma News he's been meeting with sheriff's investigators about the case of 24-year-old Megan Sharpton of Tullahoma.
Taylor says he's waiting on analysis of evidence sent to the TBI Crime Lab and that investigators are following up on some new information.
Sharpton's body was found July 2.
Although family, friends and many others are anxiously awaiting an arrest or arrests in the July 2 murder of Megan Sharpton of Tullahoma, investigators say they are working to develop an air-tight case.
Franklin County Sheriff Tim Fuller says investigators are working long hours on the case.
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