Woman charged with murder in husband's motorcycle death
Frances Hall, 50, charged in death of Bill Hall
SAN ANTONIO – A woman who Bexar County Sheriff's deputies said chased down her husband and forced him to crash his motorcycle was charged with murder Friday.
The Bexar County Medical Examiner identified the victim as Bill Hall, 50.
Sheriff's investigators said the victim's wife, Frances Hall, 50, was driving a black Cadillac Escalade south on Loop 1604 around 7:20 p.m. Thursday, when she began chasing her husband and his girlfriend. Bill Hall was riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle. His girlfriend was driving a black Range Rover.
Investigators said they believe Frances Hall bumped the Range Rover and forced it into another lane, then struck her husband's motorcycle, which caused him to lose control and crash. They said Frances Hall did not stop to help, and instead continued to chase her husband's girlfriend along Loop 1604, down Madonna Lacoste and back to the 9700 block of Loop 1604, where the two eventually stopped.
Bill Hall was airlifted to University Hospital, where he later died.
Frances Hall and the driver of the Range Rover were taken into police custody. Hall was later arrested and charged with murder with a motor vehicle and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
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