Man on Alleged Killing Spree Finally Captured After Manhunt
After 26-year old Tyler Terry was apprehended, we’re learning more about his past and his relationship with Adrienne Simpson — the woman deputies say was behind the wheel of a high-speed chase last Monday that ended in a crash on Highway 9 in Richburg, South Carolina.
Simpson was arrested at the scene of that crash and is facing multiple charges for her role in an alleged crime spree with Terry, including the death of her husband, Eugene Simpson.
Bond has been denied for Tyler Terry, the suspect accused of murder and attempted murder in South Carolina, as well as two homicides in St. Louis, Missouri, during his first court appearance in Chester County Tuesday afternoon.
Terry is scheduled to face a judge at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 25, one day after he was captured by police. Terry evaded authorities for nearly a week in a wooded part of Chester County near Richburg, not far from where the car he was in during a high-speed chase crashed.
The alleged driver of that vehicle, Adrienne Simpson, was arrested at the scene of the crash. Simpson is facing multiple charges for her role in the couple’s alleged crime spree, including the killing of her husband, Eugene Simpson. The Chester County Coroner’s Office told WCNC Charlotte’s Billie Jean Shaw the cause of Eugene Simpson’s death will likely be released sometime Tuesday.
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