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On September 2, Eliza Fletcher was kidnapped in Memphis while out on a jog.

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Fletcher struggled for a moment before a guy pulled her into an SUV.

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After authorities discovered his DNA on a pair of shoes close to the area where Fletcher was last seen, U.S. Marshals detained Cleotha Abston, 38, on September 3.

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On the evening of September 5, according to Memphis Police, police in the 1600 block of Victor Street discovered a "dead party."

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Early on Tuesday, it was determined that the deceased was Eliza Fletcher.

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Investigators were able to locate Eliza Fletcher's body on Monday evening because to the "mell of decay" coming from an abandoned property at 1666 Victor St. in Memphis that was approached by tyre tracks.

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Around 5:07 p.m. on Tuesday, according to the authorities, Fletcher's remains were found.

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near the location of her kidnapping last Friday, at the "back of an unoccupied duplex residence."