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CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The man accused of murdering his co-worker at the Flying Biscuit Cafe in south Charlotte earlier this month has formally been charged with the murder of his victim's unborn child.

On Monday afternoon Mark Anthony Cox was also indicted on one count of murder in the death of Danielle Watson.

Cox, 22, is accused of murdering Watson, 25, on January 13 at the restaurant off of Rea Road at the StoneCrest Shopping Center.

The grand jury's indictment also includes larceny and robbery with a dangerous weapon.

According to a search warrant, Cox confessed to his sister that he murdered Watson the night of the incident.

Cox told his sister he stabbed Watson multiple times during an argument inside the cafe, according to the search warrant.

Cox continued to confess to (his sister) that after Cox killed his manager, he dumped her body in a dumpster, the warrant states.

Seventeen members of the grand jury agreed on the indictments, which were released to the media around 4 p.m.

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