LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Two men have been indicted for murder by a Tippecanoe County grand jury.
31-year-old Edward Zaragoza and 28-year-old Jeremiah Thompson were both indicted on several felony charges today including murder, burglary, attempted robbery and attempted theft.
The charges were returned Wednesday and Thursday and released by the Tippecanoe County Prosecutor's Office today.
Court documents say the Grand Jury of Tippecanoe County have sufficient cause to determine Edward Zaragoza and-or Jeremiah Thompson killed Kory Rogers, while attempting to commit burglary or robbery.
The crime happened in April 2010 when Rogers was found dead of a gunshot wound inside a house at 2200 Ottawa Drive.
Zaragoza was charged in May for conspiracy to commit robbery against Rogers.
A probable cause affidavit for a separate burglary case says Thompson is Zaragoza's brother-in-law.
Rogers' murder was the first in Lafayette since 2008.
We are following this story and will bring you updates as we get more information.
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