Grand jury to consider charges in woman's death

Quinton Tellis (Photo Source: Video submitted to CNN)

MONROE, La. (AP) - A man accused of killing women in Louisiana and Mississippi is back in northeast Louisiana, where a prosecutor says a grand jury will consider charges in a Taiwanese woman's death.

Thirty-year-old Quinton Tellis pleaded guilty in 2016 to unauthorized use of a debit card belonging to Ming-Chen Hsiao, who was stabbed to death in 2015.

The News-Star reports that Tellis completed that sentence Monday. He was arrested on a murder charge and moved Tuesday to the Ouachita Parish Jail.

A warrant asks Chase Bank for the card's access number, saying it's needed for a homicide case against Tellis.

Tellis has been tried twice in Mississippi on charges that he set 19-year-old Jessica Chambers on fire and left her to die. However, neither jury could reach a verdict.