CALHOUN CITY, Miss. (WTVA) -- A man involved in a shooting that happened in January in Calhoun City is now behind bars.
According to Calhoun County Sheriff Greg Pollan, Wayne Harris was indicted by a special grand jury Thursday on a depraved heart murder charge.
District Attorney Ben Creekmore says Harris was booked into the Calhoun County jail and is expected to arraigned on Monday.
The charge stems from an argument between Harris and Chris McGonagill that led to the shooting.
Both men were shot several times.
McGonagill died during surgery.
According to authorities, Wayne Harris received a full pardon in 2012 from former Governor Haley Barbour for the sale of marijuana.
In a separate case, Sheriff Pollan says Harris is charged with one count of touching a child for lustful purposes and four counts of sexual battery.