Bibb County grand jurors voted Tuesday to indict a Macon woman accused of fatally shooting her boyfriend May 25.
Lisa Michelle Mack, 43, is charged with two counts of felony murder, one count of aggravated assault and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, according to an indictment filed in Bibb County Superior Court.
At a bond hearing held last month, the prosecution and defense agreed that Mack was at her father's house recuperating from heart surgery when she called her boyfriend, 49-year-old Jerald Corbin, and thought she heard him having sex with another woman.
They also agreed that Mack went to Corbin's Radio Drive home and Corbin was shot in the shoulder. He died about a week later at a local hospital.
At some point before the shooting, Macon confronted Corbin about her suspicion that he was cheating on her and told him, "I have several personalities, and none of them like you cheating on me," the prosecution has argued.
Mack's lawyer said she doesn't know how Corbin got shot -- whether there was a struggle over the gun, or if it could have been an accident. She argued that the gun used in the shooting belonged to Corbin and Mack didn't take it to the house.
She said Mack has a history of mental illness and has received treatment.
Tuesday's indictment alleges Mack was previously convicted in Bibb County in 2011 for burglary.
She is being held at the county jail on $192,700 bond, according to jail records.
Information from Telegraph archives was used in this report. To contact writer Amy Leigh Womack, call 744-4398 or find her on Twitter@awomackmacon.