News Sections
Tiffanie Adams Case Could Be Ruled As Double Homicide
Updated January 8, 2015 7:14 AM | Filed under: Crime
 Print    Archive    RSS

(SULLIVAN) - Sullivan County Prosecutor John Springer says the death of 20-year-old Tiffanie Adams could be ruled as a double homicide.

The case could be ruled as a double homicide because Adams was 32 weeks pregnant with a baby boy at the time of her death.

Springer says a medical professional would be required to testify on the viability of the fetus, or ability of the baby to survive on its own.

Tiffanie was last seen on November 5 walking from her father's home on North Broad Street to her mother's residence nearly one block away.

Adams' body was found a week ago in a cornfield northeast of Sullivan after she had been missing for nearly two months. Her body was discovered by a farmer while harvesting corn in a field near County Road 300 North and CR 325 East, northeast of Sullivan.

The coroner identified Adams by using dental records. Officials have yet to release a cause of death.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the Indiana State Police or the Sullivan County Sheriff's Department.

« Previous Article
Next Article »

 Print    Archive    RSS

Have a question or comment about a news story? Send it to

Advertise with 1340 AM WBIW
Find more about Weather in Bedford, IN
Advertise with 1340 AM WBIW

1340 AM WBIW, Bedford's Place To Talk. Serving Lawrence and surrounding counties since 1948!

© 2019 Ad-Venture Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved. and Listen Live Powered by HPC

Advertise  |  Careers  |  Contests  |  About  |  Feedback  |  Public File