Nathan Holden, 31, appeared in a Wake County Courtroom in June 2015. Holden is accused of going to his in-laws' home near Wendell, on April 9, 2015 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.
Nathan Holden, 31, appeared in a Wake County Courtroom in June 2015. Holden is accused of going to his in-laws' home near Wendell, on April 9, 2015 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. Corey Lowenstein News & Observer File Photo
Nathan Holden, 31, appeared in a Wake County Courtroom in June 2015. Holden is accused of going to his in-laws' home near Wendell, on April 9, 2015 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. Corey Lowenstein News & Observer File Photo

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