“Mother of Three Vanishes on Shopping Trip, Fiance Accused of Killing Her: Tiffany Foster”

Georgia officials have accused Reginald Robertson of killing his fiancee, Tiffany Foster, who disappeared in 2021. Despite her body not being found, evidence collected in the case indicates that Foster is deceased. Robertson, who had previously been accused of stealing Foster’s car, now faces charges including felony murder, malice murder, kidnapping, and rape. The Coweta County Sheriff’s Office has not disclosed how they believe Robertson killed Foster. Simone Jasper reported

A mother of three disappeared while on a shopping trip in 2021, and now her partner is being accused of her murder, according to officials in Georgia. Tiffany Foster, who was 35 years old at the time, left her home on March 1, 2021, to run errands but never returned. She failed to show up for work, a college class, and a flight she had booked, raising concerns. The Coweta County deputies found her abandoned purse and belongings, adding to the mystery surrounding her disappearance. Reginald Robertson, Foster’s fiancé, stated during a press conference that it was unusual for her to go without contacting her children. The investigation into her disappearance continued until August 3, when Robertson was charged with his fiancée’s murder. The sheriff’s office did not disclose any information about his legal representation. Despite not finding Foster’s body, the evidence collected in the case strongly suggests that she is deceased. Foster, also known as Tiffany Starks, was last seen leaving her apartment in Newnan, located approximately 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. During a news conference in March 2021, Foster’s sister, Kimberly Bryan, urged anyone with information about her disappearance to come forward, expressing the devastating impact it had on their family. Robertson also expressed concern when Foster did not return from her shopping trip. Notably, Robertson had previously been accused of stealing Foster’s car. He now faces charges of felony murder, malice murder, kidnapping, and rape, as stated by the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office. The specifics of how Robertson allegedly killed his fiancée were not disclosed in the news release. Simone Jasper, a reporter covering breaking stories for The News & Observer and real-time news in the Carolinas, contributed to this report..