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Woman's Body Found In Crawl Space Of Vacant Home


NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A woman's body was found in the crawl space of a vacant North Nashville home by a man remodeling the home in March 2009. Now, police hope someone talked to the victim just before the murder.

The body was found at the home at 1814 15th Avenue North. A man working in the house discovered 32-year-old Angela Stovall's body lying at the bottom of a stairway that led to the crawl space under the house.

Police said Stovall lived on the streets and had five children who lived with relatives.

"She had an unfortunate drug habit, but from the people who knew her -- just an outgoing person, somebody that would do anything to help somebody else out," said James Davis with the Metro Police Department.

Police believe something happened prior to the killing that can help them solve the case.

"Obviously somebody out there knows something the case. Somebody heard something that went on that alley behind the house," Davis said.

When Angie Stovall was killed she was wearing a blue jacket and green Capri style pants.

If you have information about her death at the home in North Nashville call Crime Stoppers at 74-CRIME. You can also text the word CASH, and your message to CRIMES. Crime Stoppers also accepts tips through its website.

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