A Grand Jury in Glynn County, Georgia met earlier today and handed down an indictment on one count of attempted murder, two charges of drug possession and eight counts of malice murder.

The local district attorney, Stephen Kelly, announced that the slayings easily met the requirements to seek a death sentence.

The indictment isn’t offering any new information as to the murders and how the family members were killed. When the DA was asked by reporters if Heinze was the only killer Kelley refused to comment.

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