Former Wake County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Edward Welch opens a sealed box containing a shotgun during his testimony Thursday in the murder trial of Jonathan Santillan at the Wake County Justice Center in Raleigh. The teen is accused of murdering a couple in Garner. Investigators contend they were the unintended victims in rival gang warfare.
Former Wake County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Edward Welch opens a sealed box containing a shotgun during his testimony Thursday in the murder trial of Jonathan Santillan at the Wake County Justice Center in Raleigh. The teen is accused of murdering a couple in Garner. Investigators contend they were the unintended victims in rival gang warfare. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Former Wake County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Edward Welch opens a sealed box containing a shotgun during his testimony Thursday in the murder trial of Jonathan Santillan at the Wake County Justice Center in Raleigh. The teen is accused of murdering a couple in Garner. Investigators contend they were the unintended victims in rival gang warfare. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

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