Suspect to be announced in Tiffany Sessions case
GAINESVILLE - The Alachua County Sheriff’s Office will announce the name of a suspect in the Tiffany Sessions case at a press conference Thursday morning, a few days before the 25th anniversary of her disappearance.
TV20 has confirmed the identity of the suspect, Paul Rowles. TiffanySessions.com first reported him as the suspect.
DNA tests in late 2012 connected Rowles to the death of Elizabeth Foster, a 21 year old Santa Fe student found dead in 1992.
Paul Rowles died while incarcerated for sex crimes. He received a life sentence for the 1972 murder of Linda Frida, but was released in 1985.
Sessions went missing in 1989. Her body has never been found.
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