CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WUSA) -- George Huguely, the former U.Va. lacrosse player accused of killing Yeardley Love, was indicted Monday on several charges, including murder.
A Charlottesville Circuit Court grand jury deliberated six felony charges and indicted Huguely, 23, on felony murder, robbery, burglary, statutory burglary and grand larceny charges.
A circuit court judge had previously set a two-week trial to start February 6, 2012. A motions hearing was also set for November 7, 2011.
READ: THE INDICTMENT DOCUMENTS (courtesy of nbc29.com)
SEE: OUR COVERAGE OF HUGUELY'S PRELIMINARY HEARING
Twenty-two-year-old Love, of Cockeysville, Md., was found dead May 3, 2010, in her Charlottesville apartment. Authorities say she died of trauma to her head. Huguely, of Chevy Chase, Md., is accused of entering Love's apartment and slamming her head into a wall.
The University of Virginia's women's lacrosse team retired Love's no. 1 jersey in March.
Huguely has been in jail since his arrest.
VIEW: The Timeline in the Yeardley Love Case by nbc29.com