Adam Coy on Friday was charged with reckless homicide.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A grand jury in Ohio’s capital city has added a new charge against the white former Columbus police officer who fatally shot a Black man holding a cellphone.

Adam Coy on Friday was charged with reckless homicide.

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He was indicted in February on murder, felonious assault and dereliction of duty charges for the December death of 47-year-old Andre Hill.

A prosecutor with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office says the new charge is part of an ongoing investigation.

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Coy’s attorney Mark Collins says prosecutors apparently don’t have “much faith” in the murder charge.

Coy was fired days after Hill was killed.

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