Local high school graduate indicted in deadly attack on UT campus

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AUSTIN, Texas (KWTX) A 2014 Killeen High School graduate has been named in a four-count indictment in connection with an attack in May on the University of Texas campus that left one student dead.

Kendrex J. White, 21, is named in indictments charging murder and three counts of aggravated assault, the Travis County District Attorney’s Office said Monday.

He remains in the Travis County Jail where he's held in lieu of $1 million bond.

White, a UT junior biology major, was arrested on May 1 after he was found walking around the plaza in front of Gregory Gym wielding a “large, Bowie-style hunting knife following the attack that left a student dead and three others injured.

The student who was killed was identified as Harrison Brown, a graduate of Graham High School.

He was a freshman and a talented musician who had not yet decided on a major, the university said.