(KMOV) – A St. Clair County inmate facing murder charges is accused of intimidating witnesses in pending criminal cases against him.
Ronnie Gully was charged Thursday with harassment of a witness, a felony.
According to deputies, Gully had been attempting to communicate with several witnesses both electronically and in writing, and used at least three fake identities.
Gully was charged in July in for allegedly killing 65-year-old George Tolliver during a 20-minute crime spree in East St. Louis.
Investigators say Gully went on a 3-block rampage lasting about 20 minutes when it all ended in the shooting death of Tolliver.
He was jailed on a $1 million at the time. His new bond was set at $100,000.