Man found guilty of killing pregnant Evansville woman sentenced to life

Man found guilty of killing pregnant Evansville woman sentenced to life

MONTGOMERY CO., Tenn. (WFIE) - The man found guilty of killing an Evansville woman and her unborn baby has been was sentenced to life without parole.

A Montgomery County Tennessee jury found Quentin Bird guilty on Wednesday on both counts of first-degree murder.

Bird is the ex-boyfriend of the victim, Allison Tenbarge.

In April of 2017, Clarksville Police say they found the body of 20-year-old Allison Tenbarge, who was eight-months pregnant, inside the suspect's apartment.
In April of 2017, Clarksville Police say they found the body of 20-year-old Allison Tenbarge, who was eight-months pregnant, inside the suspect's apartment. (Source: WFIE)

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Authorities say Tenbarge was eight months pregnant in April of 2017 when they found her body inside Bird’s Clarksville apartment.

According to police, Tenbarge had driven to Clarksville to get some belongings from Bird when she was killed.

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