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Homicide case reward $10,000

Gov. Bob Riley doubled a reward for information on the killing of a Decatur woman, said District Attorney Bob Burrell on Thursday.

The reward, now $10,000, is for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Nancy Carol Stevens, 46.

Motorists discovered Stevens’ body on a roadside near Tupelo, Miss., on Aug. 8, 2005. The Lee County, Miss., coroner determined she died of manual asphyxiation.

Anyone with information may contact Detective Nadis Carlisle at 341-4635.

Riley previously put up a $5,000 reward, which he increased at Burrell’s request.

Seth Burkett

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