"The police department cannot speak on the motive for this homicide, as the investigation is ongoing, but investigators do not believe this to be a random act nor are any further suspects being sought," authorities announced in a Monday evening news release.
N.C.'s lieutenant governor now seems to say his controversial comments were in reference to sexually explicit material he alleges “is currently in North Carolina schools." No mention was made of those books in previous complaints he lodged against public schools in North Carolina.
The Greensboro Republican has taken heat since last week after a video of a church appearance in June surfaced in which he said "there’s no reason anybody anywhere in America should be telling any child about transgenderism, homosexuality, any of that filth.”
Nathan Tabor faces numerous criminal charges, ranging from stealing catalytic converters to making harassing and threating comments to family members and his pastor. Tabor ran unsuccessfully for the 6th Congressional District seat and a Town of Kernersville Board of Alderman seat.