The man charged in the shooting death of 26-year-old La'Nesha Workman in April is indicted by a special grand jury.

Kemari James, 27, faces two counts of murder, one count of attempted murder and aggravated robbery. All three charges carry a three-year firearm specification and repeat violent offender specifications.

James is also charged with one count of a weapons under disability charge, which carries a three-year firearm specification. 

His arrest earlier this month follows a search by U.S. Marshals, who ended up tracking James down at a home on Parklawn Avenue in Baltimore. 

He was held in the Baltimore City Jail, where he was held for extradition back to Warren. 

La'Nesha Workman was found shot dead at a home in the 1600 block of Ogden Avenue on April 17. U.S. Marshals said she was pregnant and the mother of two children.

A neighbor called Warren police, who ended up finding Workman's body and her two children crying inside their home.

James is scheduled to appear in Trumbull County Common Pleas Court for his arraignment on Wednesday, May 27.