New details may have solved the mystery of a Florida woman who vanished a quarter of a century ago. On Monday, June 2nd, CBS will air a special edition of “48 Hours” which examines the disappearance of University of Florida student Tiffany Sessions.
25 years ago, Tiffany Sessions, a young South Florida woman and a student at the University of Florida in Gainesville, disappeared. Her body has never been found. Detectives have just identified the prime suspect in this cold case. Jim talks to the Alachua County Sheriff about the big break.
“This case is highly probable that Paul Rowles is the suspect in the disappearance and likely murder of Tiffany Sessions,” said Alachua Sheriff Sadie Darnell during a news conference Thursday morning.
A heartbreaking fraternity of three fathers stood shoulder to shoulder Monday at the Broward Sheriff’s Office. They all shared the pain of losing a child.
Two South Florida fathers have forged an unbreakable bond in the face of tragedy. Carlos Aguilar and Patrick Sessions are friends. Their paths crossed for the first time in the fall of last year when Aguilar’s son, Christian, disappeared in Gainesville.
Twenty four years after Tiffany Sessions disappeared, a new cold case detective has been assigned to take another look at the evidence, Patrick Sessions told CBS 4 News.