The eighth person to be charged in connection to the triple murder at a Farmville convenience store made his first appearance in court Tuesday morning.
A judge set Timmy House's next court date for November 5 and sent him back to jail under a $3 million bond. He's charged with three counts of accessory after the fact to felony first-degree murder.
House will be assigned a public defender. It was noted in court that if convicted of the charges against him, House would be sentenced to a minimum of 121 years in prison.
The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office says deputies made an eighth arrest for a triple murder in Farmville at the Hustle Mart in April. 28-year-old Timmy House of Latham Street in Greenville was arrested at his job in Kinston Monday night. Investigators say House assisted the suspects in the triple homicide after the fact by destroying evidence.
House is the brother of suspect, Willie Whitehead, who is one of four charged with three counts of first-degree murder.
The investigation began April 1st after Nabil Almoganahi, David Alawi, and Sam Almoganahi were shot and killed at their family-owned store during a robbery.
House is charged with three counts of accessory after the fact to felony first-degree murder. He is in the Pitt County Detention Center under a $3 million secured bond.