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Missing Marilyn Renee Nicole McCown
McCown, circa 2001; Tommy Swint, circa 2007
Missing Since 07/22/2001
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 01/06/1973 (48)
Age 28 years old
Height and Weight 5'2, 115 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A bright pink and purple floral swimsuit top, dark-colored shorts, diamond earrings and a white gold bracelet.
Distinguishing Characteristics African-American female. Light brown hair, brown eyes. McCown's nickname is Niqui. She has a small scar above her left eye, a small scar on the right side of her face, a scar on the top of her head and a large scar on her left lower leg.
Details of Disappearance McCown was last seen at the Richmond Coin Laundry in the vicinity of the 1100 block of south E Street in Richmond, Indiana on July 22, 2001. She stopped by her mother's house and said some Hispanic men at the laundromat had been harassing her.
She went back to the laundromat to get her belongings and never returned. She has never been heard from again. Surveillance footage showed her loading clothes into her 1990 GMC Jimmy 4x4 and leaving the laundromat; she did not appear to be under duress.
McCown disappeared weeks before her wedding, leaving behind an eight-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. Her fiance, Robert "Bobby" Webster, was questioned in her case.
Days after McCown's disappearance, he canceled the wedding and demanded a full refund from the reception hall. He also tried to return his wedding band for cash, but the jeweler refused, because McCown had purchased it and her name was on the receipt.
Webster said he needed extra money to help look for McCown. Police have found no evidence against him and he did take a polygraph test. The car she was driving when she disappeared was registered in Webster's name.
On the day of her disappearance, McCown tried to contact her sister several times. Her sister says McCown was seeing another man, Tommy L. Swint, whom Webster didn't know about. Her sister warned McCown to end the relationship.
Swint was sworn in as a police officer in Trotwood, Ohio in 2007, but he resigned from the department less than two months later. When the department found out he was a suspect in McCown's disappearance, a fact he hadn't disclosed to them, they told him he had to resign or be terminated.
Swint had worked as a corrections officer at a state prison, the Montgomery Education and Pre-Release Center, from 1994 until 2007. McCown also worked at the prison as an accounting clerk from 1994 until her disappearance; this was how they had met. He was considered a suspect in her case since shortly after she vanished. A photo of Swint is posted with this case summary.
In February 2010, Swint was indicted for murder in the death of Tina Marie Ivery, a prostitute from Dayton who was beaten and strangled to death in 1991. Authorities planned to question him about other homicides as well.