It's the end of the line for fugitive Adam Mayes. The two Hardeman County girls that he abducted were found alive Thursday evening. 8-year-old Kyliyah and 12-year-old Alexandria Bain are alive and safe.
Mayes was found near County Road 183 in Alpine, Mississppi. He was transported to Baptist Memorial Hospital in Union County in critical condition due to a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He later died.
Mayes was placed on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List after he allegedly kidnapped Jo Ann Bain and her three daughters last month.
Jo Ann Bain and her daughters first went missing on April 27. Three days later, the Sheriff's Office alerted the media about the missing family after Bain's husband reported his wife and children missing.
On April 30, the family SUV was found abandoned.
On May 2, authorities held a news conference to saying that Mayes was wanted for lying to investigators about the case.
On Friday, May 4 authorities discovered two bodies at a Guntown residence of Adam Mayes. The bodies were later identified as Jo Ann Bain and her 14-year-old daughter Adrienne. According to officers, Mayes killed Jo Ann and her eldest daughter in Hardeman County, Tennessee, before transporting their bodies to Guntown.
Wednesday, May 8 Mayes' mother and wife were arrested and charged with kidnapping. His wife, Teresa, was later charged with First Degree Murder.
The two surviving girls were transported to a local medical center before being transferred to Le Bonheur.