A domestic dispute that turned deadly leads to the indictment of a Houston man. A Brazos County grand jury decided Thursday enough evidence exists to move forward with a murder trial for Defredrick Granderson.
Granderson, 30, was indicted for murder in the February stabbing death of his girlfriend, Andrea Kimbrough, 33. Kimbrough's body was found at a home on Wellington Street in Bryan.
When authorities arrived at the location, they say Granderson fled, leading police on a car chase which ended when he lost control and crashed. When Granderson was arrested, he had several stab wounds police believe were self-inflicted.
The grand jury went on the hand up 50 more indictments. Among those, Jerry Jaramillo was indicted on two counts of aggravated robbery. Police say two Target employees were slightly injured while trying to stop him from stealing merchandise.
Jason Kelley of Bryan was indicted on three counts of aggravated robbery after allegedly using a claw hammer to threaten store clerks at local convenience stores.
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