Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Terry Hayes, who filed for divorce from Tiffani Hayes, accused of killing her

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click to enlarge Divorce allegedly wasn't final enough for Terry Hayes.
  • Divorce allegedly wasn't final enough for Terry Hayes.

If you're divorcing your wife, there's no need to kill her. But that's what Terry Hayes did, according to Johnson County prosecutors who say the 39-year-old  fatally shot his future ex-wife, Tiffani Hayes, in the head.

JoCo prosecutors charged Terry Hayes with premeditated first-degree murder and aggravated assault for allegedly threatening another man with a gun.



Tiffani Hayes' body was found outside a home in the 400 block of East

Spruce around noon last Thursday. She was 28.

Almost immediately

police were calling Tiffani Hayes' future ex-husband, Terry

Hayes, a "person of interest." The 39-year-old

was arrested after a three-hour manhunt.

Terry Hayes is being held in the Johnson County jail on $1 million bond. His next court date is August 19.

Terry and Tiffani Hayes

were married on February 28, 2009. On April 7, 2010, Terry Hayes filed

for

divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.

That's obvious. But busting out the guns when you're the one filing

doesn't make much sense.

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