A Belmont County Grand Jury has indicted Rudolph Galberth on a charge of aggravated murder with a gun specification.
Amy Butler was found dead outside her Brookside home early in the morning of June 14, and shot in the torso.
Belmont County Assistant Prosecutor Kevin Flanagan says Galberth is also charged with having weapons while under disability.
He was prohibited from having weapons as a result of a previous felony out of the Northern District of West Virginia, according to Flanagan.
If convicted, Galberth could get life in prison.