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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Teresa Mayes
The Mississippi man on the run from a double slaying thought he might be the father of the two girls he's now accused of kidnapping, his mother-in-law said.
A manhunt for a fugitive accused of kidnapping and a double-slaying ended Thursday after the suspect apparently shot himself and died. The girls he fled with are safe, police said.
Murder charges were filed Wednesday against the fugitive suspected of killing a Tennessee woman and her teenage daughter and fleeing with the woman's two younger girls.
Police have filed kidnapping charges against the wife of a man suspected of killing a Tennessee woman and her oldest daughter and kidnapping the woman's two other daughters.
The net widened in the case of a Mississippi man suspected of killing a Tennessee woman and her teenage daughter and fleeing with her two younger girls.
"Adam said he couldn't live without her," Teresa Mayes was quoted as saying.
She told investigators he killed Jo Ann and Adrienne Bain at their Whiteville, Tenn., home so he could abduct the two young sisters, according to court documents.