Oscar Ray Bolin Jr. Convicted of Natalie Holley’s Murder for the Fourth Timeon April 20, 2012 in Serial Killers by Brian Combs
Three times Oscar Ray Bolin Jr. was convicted of first degree murder of 25-year-old Natalie Holley, and three times his conviction was overturned on appeal. The fourth time, prosecutors went for a lessor charge of second degree murder, in hopes that it would stick.
A jury needed less than two hours to bring back a conviction. They did not learn until after the conviction was announced that Bolin had been convicted of the murder three times previously.
Bolin is already on death row for the murders of Teri Lynn Matthews, 26, and Stephanie Collins, 17, in 1986.
Teri Lynn’s mother Kathleen Reeves said:
He’ll be back. He’ll appeal it. He’s like a bad penny.