However, the investigation and autopsy determined that Hock had shot the victim, according to a release from the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office, which also reported that Ramey was in the very early stages of pregnancy at the time of her killing.
Investigators also determined that Hock had obtained the gun the day before the shooting, the release stated.
He previously was indicted Jan. 20 for two counts of having weapons under disability for prior drug convictions and two counts of violating a protection order while committing a felony for allegedly having a gun. The protection orders were in place for a man and woman but were not connected to his fiancée, court documents show.
Hock is in the Montgomery County Jail, where he has been held since his Jan. 11 arrest by Dayton police.