EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) — Police say there will probably be enhanced fees for the person accused of killing a pregnant lady final week. 30-year-old Scott Terry Junior allegedly shot and killed Candilyn Sexton final Wednesday on West Indiana Street.
The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office says she used to be pregnant on the time of her demise. Because of this, Terry is dealing with an enhanced fee.
“When you commit a felony, and it’s against someone that you know is pregnant, and you terminate a human pregnancy, then you face an additional term of 6 to 20 years,” says Vanderburgh County Prosecutor Nick Hermann.
Terry is recently charged with homicide, with an enhancement for the use of a firearm and for terminating a human being pregnant. He is due again in court docket Tuesday.