OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — A man suspected of murdering Camisha Hollis appeared in court today.
Marvin Young has been formally charged with the first-degree murder of Hollis and was denied bond.
Prosecutors say the victim told Young to move out and when a search warrant was executed, investigators found signs of a physical altercation. Police say there was a history of prior domestic violence.
Camisha's mother Martha says she has already forgiven Marvin and hopes he will reveal the location of her body.
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If convicted, Young faces life in prison. His next court date is scheduled on July 23.
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Omaha police say they booked Marvin Young, 37, for First Degree Murder in connection with the death of Camisha Hollis