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Nash, Texas, added to mass killing database after family’s recent homicides

by Lori Dunn | May 26, 2023 at 3:13 p.m.
Charity Lopez installs four crosses in the front yard of the Olalde home Wednesday, May 24, 2023, on Lemon Acres in Nash, Texas. The crosses are a memorial to Reuben and Aida Olalde, daughter Lisbet and son Oliver. The four were killed Tuesday, May 23 in the home. Caesar Olalde, the Olaldes' 18-year-old son, has been charged with capital murder of multiple persons in the deaths. (Staff photo by Stevon Gamble)

NASH, Texas -- Nash is now included in a national database along with Uvalde, Allen, Houston, El Paso and other Texas cities that...

Print Headline: Nash added to mass killing database after family’s homicides


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