a man confessed his crime
In a hearing Tuesday, Dec. 20, at the Volusia County Courthouse in the center of the state, Michael Townson, 53, already serving time for another murder, accepted a charge of first-degree murder in the death of Linda Lois Little, who was reported missing on October 14, 1991.
Townson was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 25 years in prison.
The sentence comes after Townson confessed to the crime to police, which he declared He met Little at a Daytona Beach nightclub, and while they were in his car, he beat and strangled her to death.
Later, and according to his testimony, he drove north on the Interstate Highway and when he reached the state of Georgia The dead body was left behind a dumper in a rural area.
According to the State Attorney’s Office, Little’s body was never found and a recent review of unidentified bodies in custody by authorities in Camden County, Georgia did not show “a match” regarding Little.
“However, the defendant was shown a photograph of Little and confirmed, ‘beyond a doubt’, that she was the woman he had murdered in 1991,” The prosecutor’s office said in a statement, adding that other details of Townson’s testimony tally with the chronology and proven facts of the case.
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