A grand jury has found enough evidence to charge the man who investigators say shot a man they drove the victim to Youngstown Police headquarters.

A three-count indictment handed up Thursday by the Mahoning County Grand Jury charges 45-year-old  Jacques Peterman-Oliver, 45, of Youngstown with murder, having a weapon under a disability, and tampering with evidence.

Police believe Peterman-Oliver shot 36-year-old Cameron Oliver on August 26 at the Logan gas Mart on Logan Avenue before driving the wounded man to YPD HQ where that victim died.

Detectives say both the suspect and the victim knew each other.

The murder charge includes a gun specification, which could mean more prison time if Peterman-Oliver is convicted.

Peterman-Oliver has been in the county jail since his arrest.