Man accused of killing Monroe sheriff deputy indicted

FORSYTH, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The man accused of killing a Monroe County sheriff’s deputy and injuring another was indicted on Tuesday. 

District Attorney Richard Milam says Christopher Calmer is indicted on all nine counts he’s facing including felony murder and two counts of aggravated assault on a peace officer. 

In September 2014, Deputies Michael Norris and Jeff Wilson responded to what they thought was a suicide call at a house belonging to Calmer’s family in Bolingbroke. 

The sheriff’s office says Calmer shot at both men, killing Norris and injuring Wilson. Milam says an arraignment hearing is scheduled for July 8th. 

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