Virginia Tech LB Isimemen David Etute was arrested back in June for a May incident in which he was accused of murdering a 40-year-old man.

Now, per The Roanoke Times, Etute has been indicted on a second-degree murder charge.

The report breaks down the charge and what happened during the May 31 incident:

A Montgomery County grand jury returned a true bill in considering the case, meaning that Etute, 18, will now be tried in the county’s Circuit Court. He has a hearing scheduled for Nov. 18 for attorneys to work out a timeline for the remainder of the case.

Etute, a Tech freshman, landed in the courts on June 2, when he was arrested for the May 31 killing of Jerry Paul Smith, a 40-year-old restaurant project manager. Attorneys have said Etute and Smith connected through the Tinder app, got together on April 10, and had oral sex. But Etute thought that he had met with a woman, not a man, according to statements at earlier hearings.

Etute has been under house arrest since being released from jail in June on bond. He has been suspended by Virginia Tech and has been away from the team for the entire season.

Details about the court trial will seemingly be decided during the Nov. 18 hearing.