INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A prosecutor says his office was preparing to file stalking charges against an Indianapolis police officer who authorities say fatally shot his ex-wife and then killed himself.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry tells WTHR-TV that work was being done to build a solid case against Sgt. Ryan Anders before filing any charges.
Police say Anders committed the shootings on Thursday after breaking into the home of Kimberlee Carmack, who was also a police officer.
The couple divorced in October after a six-year relationship. The Indianapolis Star reports Carmack wrote last month in a petition for a protection order against Anders that she was "extremely afraid" of his violent actions.
Carmack's official police funeral and burial is set for Wednesday.
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