Suspended LSU player Ed Ingram indicted by Texas grand jury
DALLAS, Texas - A Texas grand jury has formally indicted a suspended LSU football player who was arrested in August.
The grand jury held a hearing last Friday to decide whether the Dallas County District Attorney's Office had enough evidence to proceed with the trial against 19-year-old Ed Ingram. Ingram was arrested on two counts of aggravated sexual assault.
Mike Howard, a Dallas-based attorney who is representing Ingram, said the next court hearing will be on November 20.
Ingram was indicted on both counts Monday, according to Howard.
LSU coach Ed Orgeron announced at the start of preseason camp that Ingram had been suspended indefinitely for violating team rules.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Authorities arrest man accused of burning down abandoned apartment building
John Schneider on keeping his studios: 'I need a miracle'
WATCH: Fire crews rescue dog trapped in frozen pond
Zachary officials brace for financial impact of Georgia-Pacific layoffs
Trump tells Louisiana farmers that wall won't hurt them