A 20-year-old Macon man involved in the November carjacking that ended with Macon police officers shooting and killing his accomplice was indicted Tuesday by a Bibb County grand jury.
Tommy Lee Hardy Jr., of Montpelier Avenue, is charged with hijacking a motor vehicle, armed robbery and aggravated assault, according to the indictment.
He is being held without bond at the Bibb County jail, according to jail records.
Hardy and Bradley Gastin, 18, of Duncan Avenue, allegedly carjacked a Ford Expedition at the corner of Dannenburg and Holt avenues Nov. 14.
Police say the men took the man who had been driving the Expedition to the corner of Lawton Avenue and Vine Street and put him out of the vehicle. Hardy is accused of firing a gun at the victim.
Two officers spotted the vehicle after police were put on alert.
At some point, the carjackers tried to run over officers who were out of their car, according to police.
The officers shot at the Expedition, killing Gastin, who was driving.
Information from The Telegraph’s archives was included in this report.