Nathan Holden, 31, appeared in a Wake County Courtroom as his lawyer asked a judge to have his bond lowered, among several issues related to his case. Holden is accused of going to his in-laws' home near Wendell, on April 9, 2014 in search of his estranged wife, who had moved back in with her parents. He allegedly killed her parents Angelina Smith Taylor, 56, and Sylvester Taylor, 66, and shot and beat his wife according to authorities. Latonya Holden, 32, was critically wounded. Three children in the home at the time of the crime and were unharmed.
Nathan Holden, 31, appeared in a Wake County Courtroom as his lawyer asked a judge to have his bond lowered, among several issues related to his case. Holden is accused of going to his in-laws' home near Wendell, on April 9, 2014 in search of his estranged wife, who had moved back in with her parents. He allegedly killed her parents Angelina Smith Taylor, 56, and Sylvester Taylor, 66, and shot and beat his wife according to authorities. Latonya Holden, 32, was critically wounded. Three children in the home at the time of the crime and were unharmed. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Nathan Holden, 31, appeared in a Wake County Courtroom as his lawyer asked a judge to have his bond lowered, among several issues related to his case. Holden is accused of going to his in-laws' home near Wendell, on April 9, 2014 in search of his estranged wife, who had moved back in with her parents. He allegedly killed her parents Angelina Smith Taylor, 56, and Sylvester Taylor, 66, and shot and beat his wife according to authorities. Latonya Holden, 32, was critically wounded. Three children in the home at the time of the crime and were unharmed. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

Judge won’t lower bail for Wendell man accused of killing in-laws, attempting to kill wife

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