Two men charged with the brutal murders of a missing couple went before a judge today.
Matthew Denholm and Daniel Keene both face murder charges for the deaths of Charles Walker and Sonsoray Warford. Not guilty pleas were entered on behalf of Denholm and Keene on Wednesday afternoon in a Madison County courtroom.
Walker and Warford disappeared in June of 2010. The couple's bodies were not found until March 2012. The couple's remains were found buried in a field off Tates Creek Road in Madison County.
Today, relatives of both victims were in court.
"We have to stick together as a family, you know, one another. And we just have to pray together and stay together. And we will get through it together. We'll never give up. We're not going to stop," said Gregory Todd, father of Sonsoray Warford.
The family of Zachary Flower was also in the courtroom today. Mathew Denholm is accused of killing Flowers last November in an apartment in Berea. Flowers' family says they came to court to support the families of Warford and Walker.