"Tanya Greene" was the possible name a woman who was found murdered in Ohio. She is believed to be from Florida. Her murder was eventually solved, despite the fact she has yet to be identified.
Tanya's body was found lying in the street after having been pushed from a vehicle. She had been beaten and shot eleven times in the face, head, and arms.
Robert "Bob" Brown, a drug lord in the cocaine trade, was charged with Tanya's murder and is believed to have been involved in at least 20 other drug-related homicides in Florida. Brown was previously sentenced to life in prison for murdering a man who had backed into his Mercedes in the parking lot of an Ohio deli a few months after he is believed to have murdered Tanya.
During Brown's trial for Tanya's murder, it was claimed that Tanya was murdered because she wanted to take some of the cocaine that Brown planned to distribute for herself. After this was discovered, Brown, Alvin Elder (Tanya's boyfriend), and a third man, Paul Lumley, who had been murdered himself before he was ever charged with the murder, bound, beat, and shot Tanya. Brown's defense attorney argued that Elder acted alone in murdering Tanya due to alleged problems in their relationship. However, Brown was found guilty of Tanya's murder and was sentenced to another life sentence in prison.
- Black hair.
- Brown eyes.
- A ten inch scar on her abdomen.
- Her gallbladder and spleen had been surgically removed.
- She had blood type "B".
- She had a gap between her upper front teeth.
Clothing and accessories
- A yellow metal hoop ring.
- Blue jeans.
- A Pink ,long sleeved sweatshirt.
- A black bra and black underwear.
- Pink socks.
- White tennis shoes.