Independence Man Indicted In Slayings
AMITE, La. (AP) — A Tangipahoa Parish grand jury has indicted 51-year-old Giles McGhee of Independence on two counts of first-degree murder.
District Attorney Scott Perrilloux tells The Advocate McGhee faces charges following the shooting death of his former girlfriend, 27-year-old Tamica Muse, and 39-year-old Karum Smith on April 5.
The indictments were returned Friday.
Perrilloux said the shootings occurred inside Muse's Hammond home.
McGhee was apprehended in Baton Rouge, driving a vehicle that had belonged to Muse.
His arraignment is scheduled for Thursday.
It could not be determined whether McGhee had an attorney.