Trotwood murder suspect indicted on multiple charges

A murder suspect who stayed on the run for over a year has been indicted, according to Montgomery County Prosecuting Attorney Mat Heck.

>> RELATED: Police arrest Trotwood homicide suspect over year after deadly shooting

Anthony Smith, 41, of Trotwood, was indicted on Friday, Oct. 27, just over a week after his arrest.

Smith was indicted on counts of murder, felonious assault, carrying concealed weapons, and having weapons while under disability, according to Heck.

>> PREVIOUS COVERAGE: ‘My brother gave you an opportunity and you took his life,’ sister says to jailed suspect

News Center 7 was in the courtroom last week as Smith appeared via video and had a not-guilty plea entered on his behalf for his charges.

A $1 million cash bond was set by a judge.

>>RELATED: $1 million bond set for Trotwood murder suspect

Charges were originally filed against Smith in June 2022 in connection to the May 2022 shooting death of Bobby Daniels in Trotwood. Investigators previously said he shot Daniels multiple times after they got into a fight.

Smith will appear in court again on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at 8:30 a.m. for his arraignment.