In a crime spree in Huntsville, a man was found guilty of capital murder and kidnapping

In a crime spree in Huntsville, a man was found guilty of capital murder and kidnapping ...

This morning, a Madison County jury cleared a man in a crime spree in 2016, which resulted in the death of a Huntsville lady.

Warren Hardy has been found guilty today of capital murder, two counts of kidnapping, domestic violence, and forfeiting a firearm.

The trial will now go into the penalty phase.

prosecutors said in August 2016, Hardy shot Kathleen Lundy to death after stealing her vehicle to pursue his ex-girlfriend.

Authorities said that the events on Bailey Cove Road started when Hardy kidnapped his ex-girlfriend from her apartment at gunpoint and forced them to drive to a house on Morland Pointe to meet his ex-girlfriend. At gunpoint, Hardy forced the ex-girlfriend into the car, but before Hardy could get back in the car, the stepfather was able to drive away.

Hardy began walking down the street and accosted Lundy, who was leaving her residence by the front door.

Hardy demanded her car keys, shot her before driving away in her car so he could catch up with his ex-girlfriend, her daughter, and step-father. He fired several shots into the vehicle, causing them to flee without hurt.

Hardy was born.

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