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.
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.