CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A Grand Jury has formally charged a man in connection with the murder of a teacher killed in Charlotte.
Angelo Smith has been indicted on murder charges.
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Police said he confessed to killing his girlfriend, Bianca Tanner.
Officers found a body in the woods off Westinghouse Boulevard earlier this month.
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The medical examiner confirmed last week that the body in the woods was Tanner's.
Members of North Carolina’s Greek fraternity community traveled to Charlotte Wednesday evening to participate in a rally against domestic violence.
The rally came in the wake of Tanner’s death and the arrest of Smith, who is a member of the Greek fraternity Kappa Alpha Psi.
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