Suspects in Wilson double murder appear in court
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WILSON, N.C. -- Friends of a Wilson woman who was shot and killed eight months ago waited at the courthouse to catch a glimpse of the men police say are responsible.
Two of the four men charged in connection with the shooting deaths of two Wilson women made their first appearances Monday.
Emmanuel Holden is charged with the murder of Shikia Hall and Shadiamond Littleton; Deshaun Long is charged with being an accomplice in the murders.
Neither was appointed an attorney, but a probable cause hearing for both was set.
Friends want justice for 20-year-old Shikia Hall who was sitting in a parked car when she was shot.
"I'm nervous; really really nervous; I want to see the outcome just really really nervous to see how it'll play out, just want justice, for her to be able to rest in peace,” said friend Sheretta Coppage.
Police said more arrests may be coming as their investigation continues into Hall and Littleton's murder.
The other two suspects made their first appearances Friday.