Former Doctor Indicted in Slaying of the "Critterman"
A Montgomery County grand jury has indicted a former physician and three others on capital murder charges in the killing of a well-known Montgomery animal trapper.
Deputy District Attorney John Kachelman said Tuesday indictment were returned against former physician David Nash, Serenna English, and cousins Jeremy and Kindall Riley in connection with the 2011 killing of Ralph McNeil.
He trapped nuisance animals and was known in the Montgomery area for ads calling him the "Critterman."
Nash surrendered his medical license in 2005 after being accused of giving fake flu shots.
He was engaged to English.
They're accused of hiring the Rileys to kill McNeil because English and McNeil were engaged in a custody dispute over a child they had together.
Nash's attorney said he plans to plead not guilty.
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