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Grand jury indicts man, 25, in killing of New Jersey visitor

THE BALTIMORE SUN

The Baltimore man arrested in the killing of a New Jersey conventioneer in June in Fells Point was indicted by a grand jury yesterday on charges of first-degree murder and robbery with a deadly weapon, the Baltimore state's attorney said.

Gary William Mick, 25, will be arraigned Dec. 9 on charges of bludgeoning to death Christopher Jones, 37, of Metuchen, N.J.

Mick was arrested last month at his mother's home in Anne Arundel County and charged.

Jones had been attending a pharmaceutical conference at the Baltimore Convention Center and was staying at the Admiral Fell Inn. A manager found his body.

The victim's pickup truck was recovered in Charles Village.

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