Report: Alexis Murphy’s killer led authorities to her remains
Remains of Alexis Murphy found seven years after her murderThe man who is serving two life sentences for the murder of Alexis Murphy led authorities to her body, according to WTOP. When authorities announced the discovery of Alexis’ remains in February, they did not specify how her remains were found. Randy Taylor is serving two life sentences for the murder of Alexis Murphy (WSLS)Randy Taylor, 50, is serving two life sentences for Alexis’ murder. According to WTOP, Taylor led investigators to her remains after the Nelson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office got two transportation orders to take him from Virginia Red Onion Prison to the Virginia State Police office in Lebanon. AdAuthorities then brought Taylor to private property near Stagebridge Road along Route 29 in Lovingston and he led them to Alexis’ remains, according to what sources familiar with the search told WTOP.
Remains of Nelson County teen Alexis Murphy found seven years after her murder
NELSON COUNTY, Va. – Authorities have found the remains of Alexis Murphy, a Nelson County teenager who was murdered in 2013. Nelson County Sheriff David Hill briefly spoke with members of the media at 1 p.m. Wednesday:Her remains were found on private property near Stagebridge Road along Route 29 in Lovingston, according to the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office. Randy Taylor is serving two life sentences for the murder of Alexis Murphy (WSLS)Randy Taylor, 55, is serving two life sentences for Murphy’s murder. Authorities said due to the discovery of Alexis’ body, successful prosecution and a thorough investigation, this case is no longer active. AdHill is glad to bring the Murphy family some closure.