ATLANTA — A Fulton County grand jury indicted a person accused of killing a Buckhead parking valet.
Channel 2 Motion Information obtained a replica of the indictment in opposition to Randy King. He’s charged with capturing and killing Harrison Olvey again in September.
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King remained on the run for a month earlier than he turned himself into police. The indictment consists of expenses of malice homicide, two counts of felony homicide, aggravated assault, getting into an car to commit a theft and possession of a firearm throughout the fee of a felony.
Police mentioned on Sept. 3 round 1:40 a.m., Olvey was a valet on the parking storage and interrupted a person breaking right into a automobile when he was shot.
Channel 2′s Michael Seiden spoke with Olvey’s household after King’s arrest in October.
“It’s by no means going to convey Harrison again, however now that Randy King is off the streets, no different household has to really feel the ache we’ve felt,” the household wrote in an announcement.
Olvey had not too long ago graduated from Kennesaw State earlier than his dying. His mom advised Channel 2 that her son was about to just accept a brand new job earlier than he was shot and killed.
King’s subsequent court docket date for an arraignment listening to is scheduled for Feb. 13.
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