An Albany man who received a severe head injury in January, when a grandmother and granddaughter were shot to death, has died.
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Dougherty County Coroner Michael Fowler said that John Holloway,69, died Monday, and an autopsy revealed that it appears his death is due to natural causes.
The coroner also said that an official cause of death will not be released until a toxicology report is completed.
Police said that on January 26, around 10:45 in the morning, Brown shot and killed Keyon Branch, 24, and her grandmother Brenda Forrester, 67, at their home in the 1500 block of Maryland Drive.
Police said Jessie Brown, Jr. also shot three men in the house, including Qua'Shawn Branch, 19, who prosecutors said will most likely be paralyzed for life.
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