The man accused of the El Paso shooting last month was indicted by a grand jury Thursday and could face the death penalty.
An El Paso grand jury indicted Patrick Crusius, 21, with a charge of capital murder for the shooting at Walmart on Aug. 3, The El Paso Times reported.
“Capital Murder is the highest charge in the State of Texas and is punishable by death or life imprisonment without parole if found guilty,” district attorney officials said in a news release obtained by The El Paso Times.
District Attorney Jaime Esparza has said she will seek the death penalty in Crusius’s case.
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