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Hartselle Enquirer

Son accused of killing parents at their New Center residence

 

 

Andrew Hulsey is accused of murdering his parents at their home.
Andrew Hulsey is accused of murdering his parents at their home.

Priceville police officers took a son in custody and charged him with the shooting deaths of his parents at 445 Church Road in the New Center community Thursday night.

Andrew Kyle Hulsey, 23, of 445 Church Road, Hartselle, was charged with capital murder in connection with the shooting of his parents, William Hulsey, 43, and Sandra Hulsey, 37, by officers who responded to a reported shooting at their residence at 8:15 p.m., according to a press release from Priceville Police Chief Billy Peebles.

Morgan County Coroner Jeff Chunn pronounced the parents dead at the scene and issued an order for autopsies. He said both showed signs of gunshot wounds and the autopsies were being conducted at the Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences Lab in Huntsville Friday morning.

Morgan County Sheriff’s deputies and Somerville Police Department responded to the shooting and assisted in the investigation, Chief Peebles reported.

“This is not a normal occurrence in Priceville,” Assistant Priceville Police Chief Ron DeWeese said at a news media conference.

He said the suspect was remanded to the Morgan County Jail and a follow-up investigation is continuing.

William Hulsey was the minister of a Church of Christ in Moulton.

 

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