The suspect in the deadly attack in Waterloo last week has been indicted by the Seneca County grand jury. Emerson "John" Tohafjian was charged with two counts of murder in the second degree.

The suspect in the deadly attack in Waterloo last week has been indicted by the Seneca County grand jury.

Emerson "John" Tohafjian was charged with two counts of murder in the second degree.

Tohafjian was accused of shooting and killing 45-year-old Charlie Andrus and 53-year-old Lori McConnell at an apartment on Virginia Street on July 10.

The third victim, 50-year-old Karen Zdunko, was shot and treated at Strong Memorial Hospital for her injuries. She has since been released from the hospital.

Earlier reports indicate that Tohafjian,48, ambushed the two women who got dropped off by a cab around 11:30 p.m. last Tuesday after a night out.

Before his arrest, police said the gunman had self-inflicted cuts on his arm and neck.

Tohafjian was released from the hospital Friday and arraigned on two counts of second-degree murder in Waterloo Town Court.