The boyfriend of University of Georgia professor Marianne Shockley accused of killing her was indicted on four counts, including felony murder and concealing the death of another.
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On June 14, enough evidence was presented to warrant a trial involving Baldwin County resident, Marcus Lillard, to be moved forward. Lillard is being charged with murder, aggravated assault and concealing the death of another, all regarding the death of University of Georgia entomology professor, Marianne Shockley
University of Georgia entomology professor Marianne Shockley was found dead in a hot tub in Baldwin County at approximately 1 a.m. on May 12 after the homeowner, Clark Heindel, called the police, WMAZ reported.