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Man found guilty of killing ex-girlfriend on I-75

Terry Froman (FOX19 NOW/File) Terry Froman (FOX19 NOW/File)
A helicopter view shows police investigating on I-75 between State Routes 63 and 122 more than three hours after the incident. (FOX19) A helicopter view shows police investigating on I-75 between State Routes 63 and 122 more than three hours after the incident. (FOX19)
Officers with guns drawn as seen by a motorist on the opposite side of I-75. From Mike N. Officers with guns drawn as seen by a motorist on the opposite side of I-75. From Mike N.
Kim Thomas and Michael Mohney. (Source: KFVS) Kim Thomas and Michael Mohney. (Source: KFVS)
WARREN COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -

A jury on Tuesday found an Illinois man guilty in a murder that happened on Interstate 75 in September 2014.

Terry Froman, 43, of Brookport, kidnapped and fatally shot his estranged girlfriend, 34-year-old Kim Thomas, inside his stopped vehicle on the interstate near Middletown.

Thomas' son Michael Mohney was also shot and killed in the process of the abduction.

Authorities say Froman fled the scene and traveled to his mother's residence in Paducah, located about 25 miles north of Mayfield. Froman's mother told police her son was covered in blood when he arrived to her home, according to Graves County officials.

Froman then drove to Ohio where authorities pulled him over on I-75 North between State Routes 63 and 122. Police say they found Thomas dead inside the vehicle with multiple gunshot wounds.

He then turned the gun on himself in a suicide attempt.

Froman could face the death penalty for Thomas' death.

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