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Names of 4 people found shot, killed in Winston County released

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Sheriff Rick Harris released the names of the four people found shot and killed inside a vehicle in rural Winston County earlier this week.

Kevin M. Carey, 30, Robert S. Hamrick, 39, Christy Hamrick, 39, and Andy Keith Hunt, 37, all of Savannah, Tenn., were found dead in a car off County Road 237 in the Black Pond community Wednesday night.

The Alabama Bureau of Investigation is leading the probe into the quadruple death investigation. On Friday, ABC 33/40 learned that two of the victims were set to stand trial on child pornography and molestation charges. 

Authorities are expected to hold a 2 p.m. news conference Monday to release more details of the investigation.

Related links:

ABI takes lead role in probe of quadruple death investigation 

4 found shot, killed inside car in Winston County

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