Two Louisiana marshals are facing second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder charges for their alleged roles in the deadly shooting of a 6-year-old boy and his father, NBC News reported.
A grand jury returned the indictment against Norris Greenhouse Jr., 23, and Derrick Stafford, 32 on Thursday.
The marshals fired into a car driven by Jeremy Mardis’ father, Chris Few on Nov. 3. The shots killed Mardis, and left Few wounded. Body camera video led to the arrests of the two marshals.
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Second-degree murder carries a mandatory punishment of life in prison without parole, the attorney general said. A charge of attempted second-degree murder carries up to a 50-year prison term.