A grand jury has indicted the man who was arrested last month for shooting four people in Broad Ripple.
Tristan Crayton faces twelve felony charges including battery and criminal recklessness in the shooting on August 2nd. Crayton told police he shot three of the victims after they confronted him and his friends outside a nightclub in Broad Ripple.
The fourth victim was shot by a stray bullet. None of the injuries were believed to be life-threatening. Police said Crayton had a lifetime permit to carry a gun.
Prosecutors declined to file charges against Crayton and turned the case over to the grand jury.
With this indictment, the case will now go to Marion County Criminal Court.