The founder of the online support community Mothers Helping Mothers was discovered dead in her van’s driver’s seat on May 2, 2017. While the 32-year-old had two gunshot wounds to the head, it was initially thought that he had committed suicide.
A year later, after an investigation by SBI, an Alabama law enforcement organization, Mr. Crawford was charged. Crawford was convicted guilty of murder by a Cullman County jury on November 18, 2022, and on March 10, 2023, he was given a 99-year jail term.
He insists on being innocent and that his wife killed herself. Crawford will be questioned just for 48 Hours, CBS’ investigation into “The Strange Murder of Tiffany Crawford.” During the conversation, a puzzling detail regarding Crawford’s 911 call the night his wife passed away was revealed.
David Begnaud, a reporter, spoke with a number of those connected to the case. The 911 calls made by Crawford were first heard on the recording, according to lead investigator Joseph Parrish.
His tone was described as “extremely careless” and “didn’t sound like someone worried about his wife,” according to the man. The biggest issue, according to Parrish, was Crawford’s failure to respond to a query from the 911 operator. She asked you who shot her, but you wouldn’t respond, Begnor said to Crawford. When not? With a pink revolver in her left hand, Tiffany slumped.
Crawford claimed that his wife would store it in the car door for safety. He responded, “Um, I—we had a fight,” when a member of Congress enquired as to what had transpired. The last thing I remember is that I didn’t let her inside the house. I entered the residence and listened. A shot, a cry, and another shot all occurred.
Begnor was informed by Cullman County Sheriff Matt Gentry that the day following the incident, he forwarded the matter to the Alabama Department of State for investigation. Due to a conflict of interest with Jason’s mother, Ronda, who was his office manager at the time and worked for him, Parrish ended up taking over. Parrish was eager to see the vehicle but was disappointed to learn that it had been given back to the family after being photographed the night Tiffany passed away.
The family had given the automobile a full cleaning, which Parrish thought was “strange.” It’s strange how quickly they cleaned up when something like this happened, he said to Begnor.