The case of the man accused of taking photos of Sen. Thad Cochran's (R-Miss.) wife in her nursing home room has been presented to a Mississippi grand jury, according to The Clarion-Ledger.
Clayton Thomas Kelly, a blogger who supported Cochran's GOP primary challenger, was taken into custody in May for allegedly taking pictures of Cochran's bedridden wife, Rose, in the Alzheimer's unit of a nursing home in April, and using them for an online video.
The other two men, Richard Sager and John Mary, were charged with conspiracy and tampering with evidence, and two counts of conspiracy, respectively.
Sager is said to be seeking a potential plea agreement, according to The Clarion-Ledger.
HuffPost Pollster, which combines all publicly available polling data, has Cochran leading his Democratic opponent, former Rep. Travis Childers (Miss.), in the November general election: