MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) - Michael Berry, the man who police say shot his wife, WendyStevens, in front of their children, pleaded not guilty to capitalmurder charges.
Investigators say Stevens and her four children, ranging in agesfrom 3 to 14, were at the drive-up ATM at the RBC Bank near CottageHill and Schillinger in Mobile. Investigators say Berry followedthem there, and shot Stevens to death.
Stevens' attorney, Michael Murphy, said the couple had beenmarried for 10 years. But in January 2010, she filed for divorcebecause she was concerned for her safety. The attorney said inMarch, Berry started stalking and harassing his wife, and it didn'tstop even after a restraining order was put in place.
Murphy added Stevens was trying to work out a cordial divorce onthe grounds of incompatibility.
Berry's preliminary hearing is scheduled for June 16 at 9 a.m.Assistant District Attorney Ashely Rich said the DA's office willpursue the death penalty.
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