Indicted [verb]

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Former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankison was indicted on three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment for threatening the lives of Taylor’s neighbors when he fired bullets that went through Taylor’s apartment into theirs.

Instead, the jurors indicted former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison with “wanton endangerment.”

Lavin was indicted in 2014 when he worked as a Mercer County sheriff’s officer.

Tropical forests and peatlands are great storehouses of carbon dioxide, the main gas indicted in global warming.

Last year the attorney general indicted seven individuals over Eknelygoda’s abduction, and the trial is ongoing.

In one of the cases a married woman was properly indicted for unlawfully selling intoxicating liquors.

In October, 1861, he was indicted by the Grand Jury, and his paper suppressed.

He was indicted in Dublin for conspiring with Shane, but the intention to try him there was abandoned.

Then he got indicted with others fer robbin' a little tannery that was operatin' down the crick.

Nobody could foresee what Braceway might imagine and exaggerate, even if it indicted and condemned his closest friend.