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October 8, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- An alleged killer in North Carolina will face the death penalty when his trial being in March, 2016.

Everette Porshau Hewitt, 37, is accused of murdering three people at a mobile home park in 2011.

Dead are Wade Sigmon, Susan Blevins and Connie Miller.

The three were fatally shot in Conover, NC.

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The capital case of a Claremont man charged with a triple homicide is scheduled for a March 7, 2016, according to a Catawba County Superior Court news release published Tuesday.

Capital cases are cases that can result in the death penalty.

Everette Porshau Hewitt, 37, of Claremont, was charged with three counts of murder regarding the March 15, 2011 shooting deaths of Wade Sigmon, Susan Blevins and Connie Miller at Oak Knoll Mobile Home Park on Emmanuel Church Road in Conover.

Hewitt also is accused of shooting Joseph Burke in the neck in the same incident. Burke survived.

In addition to the murder charges, Hewitt also was charged with one count of attempted murder, one count of assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, one count of first degree burglary, and one count of robbery with a dangerous weapon, according to the news release.



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