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Murdered Ala. teacher identified, husband arrested

A red Dodge Durango sits mangled under an 18-wheeler. The suspect was being chased by state troopers. A red Dodge Durango sits mangled under an 18-wheeler. The suspect was being chased by state troopers.
Detectives on the scene immediately after the crash. Detectives on the scene immediately after the crash.
Detectives on the scene immediately after the crash. Detectives on the scene immediately after the crash.
Vehicle interior after the suspect was removed. Vehicle interior after the suspect was removed.

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LIVINGSTON, AL (WSFA) - A Livingston High School teacher who was shot and killed on the school's campus in Sumter County is being identified.

The Associate Press is reporting the victim's identification as 32-year-old Starrick Morgan Gray.

Investigators say the homicide appears to be a case of domestic violence. The prime suspect is the teacher's husband; 32-year-old Telvin Labenji Gray.

Investigators say Gray shot his wife on the campus of Livingston High School before making his way to Demopolis in Marengo County. Gray crashed his vehicle, a red Dodge Durango SUV, into the rear of an 18-wheeler while being chased by Alabama State Troopers.

Paramedics took Gray to a local hospital, but he has since been released into police custody. Police Chief Ashley Welborn says he's being held on a $75,000 bond.

The ABI is investigating the case along with the Livingston Police Department. The Marengo County Sheriff's Office, Demopolis Police Department and the ABC Board are also assisting in the investigation.

PHOTOS COURTESY: The Demopolis Times (Local story).

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