DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - The search for a missing Logan County woman may finally be over.
Gladis Russell vanished along with her husband Richard on February 16th.
Authorities believe it is her body that was discovered in a Georgia cotton field not far off I-75.
A farmer found the remains Tuesday morning in Dooly County about 70 miles south of Macon, Georgia.
Family members called the discovery a relief.
The location matches Samuel Littleton's description of where he told police he dumped Gladis's body.
Authorities say Littleton killed Gladis and her husband, stole their car, then dumped their bodies.
Two hikers found his body in Chattanooga, Tennessee back on March 1st.
The elderly couple's family says now that Gladis's body has been found, the two can be buried together and the healing process can begin.
It could take a few days for dental records to identify the body, but authorities say it fits Gladis Russell's description.
An accident at Stanley Avenue and Webster Street is causing traffic problems in north Dayton.
Montgomery County detectives took a 27-year-old bank robbery suspect into custody after executing a search warrant at the man's home.
Firefighters evacuated the Northmont High School auditorium Wednesday night after smoke filled the auditorium.
A would-be robber apparently had a change of heart one inside an Harrison Township store Thursday morning.
A Winter Storm Watch will take effect late Thursday night through late Friday night for most of the area.