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Grand Jury Indicts Bahama Man on Additional Charges

A grand jury indicted a Bahama man on additional charges stemming from the death of a Durham businessman and Christian radio host.

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DURHAM, N.C. — A grand jury indicted a Bahama man on additional charges stemming from the death of a Durham businessman and Christian radio host.

On Tuesday, the grand jury indicted Robert Watson, 35, of Bahama, on a charge of robbery with a dangerous weapon.

Watson is already charged with murder in the killing of J.P. Morris, 77, in May 2006. Morris was found beaten to death inside his used-car dealership in Durham.

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