Stacy Otto Dillon was found shot to death at his home on Fulbright Road, which is located in the northeastern section of Cleveland, according to reports.
CPD Chief Wes Snyder confirmed Dillon was in his 20s when the homicide occurred. Dillon’s mother found his body at their home. Dillon was believed to have been dead for several days at the time of the discovery. Snyder said his mother had been away from home while recovering from surgery.
The case has remained unsolved since Dillon’s body was found March 17, 1991.
Investigators have resubmitted evidence to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Crime Lab for further testing, according to CPD information officer Evie West.
Advancements in DNA technology are the reason the evidence “from the crime scene” will help officials identify a suspect.
“DNA discovered on evidence from the crime scene has a high probability of belonging to the suspect,” West noted.
“Dillon had a number of friends and associates and we are hoping someone can come forward to provide any new information,” Snyder said.
CPD is asking anyone with information about this case to contact Lt. Mark Gibson with the Special Investigations Unit at 559-3397.