State police have charged an ex-boyfriend with killing a woman found shot in her car along a western Pennsylvania highway, and were searching for him after they couldn't find him after surrounding his home.
Troopers say 45-year-old Terry Walker, of Uniontown, should be considered armed and dangerous.
They announced Wednesday that he has been charged with criminal homicide in the death of 35-year-old Mya Ann Grady, also of Uniontown.
Grady was found shot in the head early Saturday by PennDOT snow plow drivers along the berm of Route 40 on Summit Mountain.
The highway leads from Uniontown up the mountain to Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, where Grady worked at the Lady Luck Casino.
Grady's family led police in Walker's direction, describing the couple's relationship as turbulent, according to the police affidavit.