Man charged in Louisburg triple murder to be tried in death penalty case, judge rules

LOUISBURG, N.C. (WNCN) – The man accused of murdering two women and an 18-year-old man in Louisburg in March will face the death penalty if convicted, a judge ruled in a pretrial hearing Thursay morning.
Darius Robinson has been indicted on three counts of first-degree murder. He is accused of killing Keisha Wilder Livingston, 36, of Louisburg, Shamare Malik Harris, 18, of La Grange, and Diana Marie Edgerton, 23, of Louisburg on March 26.
Harris and Edgerton were both visiting Livingston at the time of the shooting, officials said. A fourth person survived the attack.
See photos of the victims and the suspect
At a court hearing on April 6, family members of both the suspect and victims were in the court room, and many were in tears during the proceedings.
“I have never believed in capital punishment; we don’t give life, so we shouldn’t take it, but then how he took those three lives…I

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