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PRINCETON (WVVA) - The case against a Mercer County man accused of murder is moving forward.

During 32-year old Steven McDonald's preliminary hearing Wednesday afternoon, a magistrate found probable cause to send the matter to the grand jury.

McDonald and 23-year old Latasha Kanode are both charged with murder, attempted murder and robbery in connection with the shooting death of 44-year old Sherry Matthews of Princeton and shooting of 41-year old Edward Thomas.

Kanode's preliminary hearing was held on Tuesday. The case against her is also grand jury-bound.

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