Bain sisters found alive, killing-kidnapping suspect dead
Fugitive Adam Mayes died while en route to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Union County on Thursday, and the missing Tennessee girls are alive and safe.
Daniel McMullen, the FBI special agent in charge for Mississippi, confirmed Mayes' death while speaking outside of Zion Hill Church in Alpine, where Mayes and 12 year-old Alexandria Bain and 8 year-old Kyliyah Bain were found nearby just hours earlier.
Mayes reportedly died of a self-inflected gun shot wound to the head upon being found by authorities.
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