AUSTIN, Texas - University of Texas at Austin stabbing suspect Kendrex White, 21, was indicted on one count of murder and three counts of aggravated assault on Monday, according to the Travis County District Attorney's office.
The indictments come a month after White was ruled competent enough to stand trial.
Judge Tamara Needles also accepted in the June hearing White's attorneys' request that no cameras be allowed in the courtroom.
White is accused of stabbing UT student Harrison Brown to death and injuring three others in May on campus.
White's next hearing will be on Friday.
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