Deschutes County District Attorney Patrick Flaherty announced today that Brett Lee Biedscheid has been indicted for the hit-and-run death of pedestrian Anthony Martin back in late January.
Biedscheid has long been referenced as a person of interest in the case, but was officially indicted by a grand jury today on suspicion of criminal negligent homicide and "failure to perform the duties of a driver when a person is killed," according to a press release from Flaherty's office.
Martin was killed on January 26 when he was struck by a vehicle while reportedly walking his bicycle across Third Street in Bend.
Flaherty said the grand jury made the decision after reviewing video tapes and documents and hearing testimony from law enforcement agents and witnesses.
Biedscheid is set to be arraigned at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday morning.