Whitehurst Case Bound to Grand Jury, Judge Finds Probable Cause

Thomas Whitehurst, who was accused of killing his estranged wife Starr Mulder, will now have his case be presented to a grand jury.

Mulder’s remains were found and identified in the Conecuh National Forest in March, and Whitehurst was arrested a few days after. Elmore County Sheriff Bill Franklin says Whitehurst was always significant suspect.

On Tuesday, Judge Glenn Goggans, found probable cause and bound the case to a grand jury.

If the grand jury indicts Whitehurst, no word on when the trial could get underway.

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