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‘I didn’t have to kill him’: Woman charged with murder of child sex offender

by John Jefferson
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Left: Gerald Fox booking photo from 2022 (Spokane County Online Sex Offender Registry). Right: Alyssa Bray appears in court in Spokane County, Washington, on April 17, 2024, alongside a lawyer to plead not guilty to the alleged hit-and-run murder of Fox on April 9 (YouTube screengrab NBC affiliate KREM).

A woman is facing murder and theft charges in Washington after police say she killed an accused pedophile, running him down with his own truck and causing him to sail, partially clothed, through a fence and into a tree.

Alyssa Bray, 27, has pleaded not guilty in the death of Gerald Fox, 70. Specifically, she has pleaded not guilty to three charges including felony first-degree murder, hit-and-run death and theft of a motor vehicle, according to a review of a police affidavit filed April 16 by police in Spokane County, Washington.

Police said following an interview with Bray, the woman said Fox picked her up in his blue Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck on the night of April 9 as she was walking along the side of a highway near Airway Heights.

She said it was then that he offered $40 to “come get a taste of that,” an affidavit of facts states.

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