Clovis shooting suspect: 33-count indictment, including 2 first-

Clovis shooting suspect: 33-count indictment, including 2 first-degree murder counts

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CLOVIS, New Mexico -

A Curry County Grand Jury indicted a teenager Friday on two first-degree murder charges and 31 other crimes for a shooting that killed two women and injured four other victims August 28 at the Carver Public Library.

The court indicts Nathaniel Jouett, 16, with murdering librarians Wanda Walters, 61, and Kristina Carter, 48, and wounding Noah Malina, 10, his 20-year-old sister Alexis, Howard Jones, 53, and Jessica Throne, 30. 

Jouett's other charges include seven counts of child abuse, four counts of aggravated battery, and 20 counts of assault with intent to commit a violent felony. 

He's set to be arraigned within the next 15 days. Jouett will be charged as an adult.

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