VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) - A Virginia Beach Grand Jury returned an indictment Monday against one of the suspects accused of killing an off-duty Norfolk police officer.
Kareen Hassan Turner, 25, was indicted for second degree murder, armed robbery, use of a firearm and conspiracy. He is charged with killing Officer Victor Decker on October 26, 2010.
Officer Decker was found off Oceana Boulevard in Virginia Beach, not far from where he had attended a charity event the night before.
Raymond Lewis Perry is also accused in the crime. Perry will face a jury trial in February 2014 on charges of first degree murder, robbery and use of a firearm. Perry was serving an 88-year sentence in South Carolina for a series of robberies when he was charged with Officer Decker's murder.
Police arrested Turner on the second degree murder charge on Nov. 30, 2012.
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