Brownwood police served Jamar James Render with a murder indictment Wednesday morning in the death of James Lee Holland.
Sgt. Johnny Jackson entered the Brown County Jail and served Render with the indictment at 9:30 a.m., Sgt. Troy Carroll said.
Render, 26, was arrested after a Feb. 27 assault that left Brent Tomlinson injured and resulted in Hollandís death the next day. Render was initially arrested on two assault charges, with bonds set at $100,000 on each charge and has been incarcerated since his arrest.
Bond on the murder charge was set at $200,000.
The May session of the Brown County Grand Jury returned indictments on May 1 for murder and aggravated assault. The assault indictment was made public Tuesday, but the murder indictment was sealed and not made public until it was served Wednesday.
Grand jurors also returned indictments against:
Glen Mack Love, driving while intoxicated.
Adriene Yvonne Atkinson, possession of a controlled substance.
Ronald James Fuselier, possession of a controlled substance.
Shawna Rochelle Grantham, possession of a controlled substance.
Torrance Griggs, possession of a controlled substance.
Scotty Daniel Robert, possession of a controlled substance.
Juan Salazar, possession of a controlled substance.
Jackie James Stanfield, driving while intoxicated.
James Gregory Brown, possession of marijuana.
George Hamilton Scott Jr., possession of marijuana.
Anthony Wade Marney, unlawful possession of firearm by felon, endangering a child, possession of a controlled substance.
Elizabeth Irene Martin, endangering a child, possession of a controlled substance.
Dennis Dwayne Bradley, unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Randall Phillip Denkins, forgery.
Adrian Martinez, burglary of a building.
Ruben Abraham Dillard, evading arrest.
Phillip Parker Harris, evading arrest.
Richard Gonzales Torres, unauthorized use of a vehicle.
Lorenzo Cassidy Villarreal, assault against public servant.
Michael Dennis Werner, assault family violence.
Michael Jermaine Pope, aggravated assault, burglary of a habitation.
James Otis Walker evading arrest.