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Kadeem Jamar Fetherson
Courtesy of Iredell County Sheriff's Office

Man Being Held In Federal Custody Charged With 2020 Murder

33-year-old Kadeem Jamar Fetherson of Charlotte has been charged by the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office with murder. He’s charged in connection to the 2020 death of 35-year-old Aaron Bruce Holland of Harmony.

The investigation began on June 25, 2020, when Holland was located deceased in his home under suspicious circumstances. The investigation lead Detectives to Fetherson as a potential suspect.

Aaron Bruce Holland
Courtesy of Taylorsville Times

A week later Fetherson was arrested in Forsyth County after fleeing from Deputies. A stolen firearm, 31 grams of methamphetamine, 44 grams of cocaine, and 141 grams of marijuana were seized at the time of the arrest. Forsyth deputies also seized cell phones and other electronic devices that were in his possession.

Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detectives obtained search warrants for the seized electronic devices in hopes of getting evidence in the homicide investigation. The devices were turned over to digital evidence recovery experts and they were able to place Fetherson at the scene of the crime.

During the course of the homicide investigation, Fetherson was convicted on numerous drug and weapons charges, which are unrelated to the homicide investigation. He is currently incarcerated at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Bennettsville, South Carolina. Fetherson is not scheduled for release until February 2026. The murder warrant will be served upon release from Federal Prison.