The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has joined the manhunt for Tyler Terry, the at-large suspect accused of murder and attempted murder in Missouri and South Carolina, authorities announced Friday.
FBI agents from Charlotte have been sent to Chester County, South Carolina, to assist authorities as they look for Terry. He has been on the run since late Monday after a police chase ended with a crash on Highway 9 near Richburg. Terry is accused of firing multiple shots at Chester County deputies during the chase, striking multiple vehicles.
The driver of the car, identified as Adrienne Simpson, was arrested at the scene of the crash and faces multiple charges.
Chester County Sheriff’s office also announced Friday Terry and Simpson have been charged in the murder of 33-year-old Eguene Simpson, the husband of Adrienne. Arrest warrants say Simpson admitted she and Terry shot Eugene on May 2, then dumped his body on Stroud Road in Great Falls.
Wednesday evening, Chester County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a tweet that a body had been found. Investigators said Eugene Simpson was reported missing by his mother on May 2– the same day he was killed.