Elizabeth Thomas and her former high school teacher have been missing for more than three weeks.
The tree planting ceremony is in honor of Victim’s Rights Week, which is sponsored by the Department of Corrections and Board of Parole.
Maury County sheriff Bucky Rowland told News 2 the description of a possible Tad Cummins look-a-like didn’t match up.
Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins have been missing for three weeks.
On Sunday, there was a vigil for her in Columbia that drew about 100 people to the square.
Green, Elizabeth’s favorite color, could be seen on everyone from the Culleoka Warriors Blue Knights to police officers at the event.
After 31 years of marriage, the wife of Tad Cummins filed for divorce.
Elizabeth Thomas and Tad Cummins were seen at the Walmart on East I-240 Service Road in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on March 15.
Authorities in Shelby County said Tad Cummins was spotted at a gas station near Memphis, but the sighting was later deemed to not be credibl…
Edward Smart believes there is hope for Elizabeth Thomas and, with the right tools, she can move on with her life as well.
Elizabeth Thomas has been missing for more than two weeks and is believed to be with her former high school teacher, 50-year-old Tad Cummins…
Elizabeth Thomas’ family attorney said he believes the 15-year-old may not have voluntarily gone along with Cummins when they went missing.
The 15-year-old has been missing since last Monday and is believed to be with her former high school teacher, Tad Cummins.
The agency’s request was made as a precaution only, and there have been no sightings south of the U.S. border.
Despite nearly 1,000 tips, there has yet to be a credible sighting of either Elizabeth Thomas or Tad Cummins.
The video comes courtesy of Wayne County Now, who released the video in an effort to get Elizabeth’s voice heard by the public.
Elizabeth Thomas reportedly hid in the bathroom while Tad Cummins was in the business.
WAAY-TV reports Maury County DA Brent Cooper revealed the two were writing emails but not sending them.
Chandler Anderson, who is offering the reward and is a nurse practitioner in Columbia and the owner of Right Care Clinics, first met Tad Cum…
Since last Monday, there have been more 800 tips called into TBI about possible leads or sightings, but none have led to anything credible.