CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - A 27-year-old man has been indicted on a capital murder charge for a 2012 attack at a South Texas park that left a woman dead and her girlfriend hurt.
The Corpus Christi Caller-Times reports David Strickland also faces felony charges of kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault and robbery.
San Patricio County District Attorney Michael Welborn says Strickland will be arraigned in about two weeks.
Investigators say two teens were sexually assaulted and shot at a park in Portland, near Corpus Christi, in June 2012. The victims were discovered by people passing by.
Investigators say 19-year-old Mollie Olgin of Ingleside died. Her 18-year-old girlfriend was critically injured but survived.
Strickland, who was arrested in June near San Antonio, is being held in San Patricio County Jail without bond.
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