Black Lives Matter Activists Murdered By Black Male After Viral Tweets

Black Lives Matter protester Oluwatoyin Salau went missing in Tallahassee, Florida on June 6, after a string of viral tweets she had posted recounting a sexual assault by a black male. 75-year-old Victoria “Vicki” Sims also went missing around that same time. Days after going missing, Tallahassee Police Department say Salau and Sims were found dead in a double homicide. Both victims were prominent “Black Lives Matter” activists.

The suspect, 49 year-old Aaron Glee Jr., has been taken into custody. Authorities have yet to release any other information about the investigation.

Update – June 15, 2020

Investigators have identified the victims in this case as missing persons Oluwatoyin Salau, 19, and Victoria Sims, 75.

Both names have been released with permission of their families in accordance with Marsy’s Law.

The suspect in this case has been identified as Aaron Glee Jr, 49. As stated earlier, he has been taken into custody.

There is no further information to release at this time.

Original Post

At approximately 9:15 p.m. Saturday night, June 13th, TPD investigators arrived in 2100 block of Monday Road in the course of a follow up investigation in a missing person case. During the course of the investigation, two deceased people were located in the area. 

As the investigation continued, investigators developed a suspect. The suspect is now in custody and no more information is available at this time.

The deaths are being investigated as homicides and have been turned over to TPD’s Violent Crime Unit. The investigation is ongoing and currently there are no more details available. More information will be released as the investigation progresses.

Investigators are asking anyone with information about this case to please call them at 850-891-4200 or Crime Stoppers at 850-574-TIPS.

TPD will provide all further updates via press release.

The homicide comes shortly after Salau released a series of tweets depicting an alleged sexual assault at the hands of a black male whom she allowed to take her to his place of residence.