“Killing Spree” Duo Pleads Guilty to Chester & York County Charges

CHESTER COUNTY, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) – Life behind bars without parole, That’s the reality for both Tyler Terry and Adrienne Simpson.

Authorities say the couple went on a multi-state killing spree in May 2021 and sent law enforcement on a week long man hunt.

It was a story that made national headlines and shook the community of Chesty County to its core.

Terry and Simpson pleading guilty to dozens of charges including murder on Wednesday in Court for the crimes they committed in Chester and York Counties.

Their crime spree began in early May 2021, officials say Terry Shot and killed Thomas Hardin in York.

The couple was also charged in the killing of Simpson’s husband, Eugene Simpson.

Investigators say the spree continued with shootings in Chester county and then random killings in St. Louis, Missouri and Memphis, Tennessee.

After a high speed chase ended on May 17th in Chester County, Simpson was taken into custody.

Terry ran and sent more than 600 law enforcement officers on a week long man hunt.

It finally ended peacefully in the Richburg area on May 24th, 2021 when Terry was captured and taken into custody.

The deadly crimes impacted several families as they work to pick up the pieces without their loved ones.

In the video above, CN2’s Renee O’Neil brings more from the court room during the emotional hearing.

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