Greensboro, NC -- Investigators are trying to figure out why Mary Ann Holder left more than $10,000 in checks behind for her daughter before killing two teenagers and three children in November 2011.
The Greensboro News & Record is reporting that court documents show Holder left checks for a total of $10,600 for her daughter Christina Key, dated two days before the shootings.
The records came out in a settlement of Holder's $13,310 estate in Guilford County Superior Court.
Deputies found two checks, one for $2,600 and another for $8,000, written for "Christina Smith," which is Key's maiden name.
The checks were left with a suicide note.
Holder also wrote a $10,000 check to the wife of her former boyfriend the day before the shooting.
Robert "Rocky" Smith, Holder's ex-husband, says this discovery is odd because he didn't think she had the money to cover the checks.
For more on this story, visit the News & Record's website.
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