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January 12, 2006

Albany-- A 67 year old Albany man is found guilty on all 13 counts of vehicular homicide and D.U.I.

A Dougherty County jury took just two hours to find Arnold Gray guilty in the death of 19 year old Kristy Tullis and her unborn son.

September 15, 2004 Gray's truck collided with Tullis' car at the intersection of Palmyra Road and Schley Avenue. Tullis was just days from giving birth. She and her unborn son died the next day.

 During the trial a bartender testified she served Gray three drinks "Wild Turkey" bourbon two hours before the crash.

Tullis' family members say they are glad justice has finally been served in Kristy's death.

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