A man awaiting trial in a 2015 shooting at an Algiers apartment complex now faces a new charge for threatening a witness to the crime inside the New Orleans jail, according to court records and a law enforcement source. An Orleans Parish grand jury handed down a superseding indictment Thursday against Wellington Cornin, 27, who is accused in the May 2015 killing Aaron Bannister, a 26-year-old father of two. Investigators believe Cornin threatened an eyewitness to the crime who happens to be an Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office deputy inside the jail during a security sweep on Nov. 15, according to a law enforcement source. The grand jury also indicted a second man, 24-year-old Patrick Hundley, on a charge of second-degree murder in connection with the killing. Further details on his alleged role were not immediately available. Hundley was taken into custody Friday. Criminal District Court Judge Keva Landrum-Johnson set bail at $1.5 million for Cornin and $1 million for Hundley. Algiers murder suspect jailed on $1 million bail for murder in May . The new indictment was the latest development in a case that has seen several twists since Bannister was killed in the 3300 block of Garden Oaks Drive on the afternoon of May 23. Bannister was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds when police arrived on the scene and died after being taken to the hospital. Three months later, police announced they had developed Cornin as a suspect. Detectives said in a warrant that two witnesses told police they saw the killing. The witnesses identified one of the killers as “Lil’ Willie” or “Willie,” police said. Both witnesses picked Cornin out of a six-person photographic lineup. He was jailed on a murder count in September 2015. Cornin, who is being represented by the Orleans Public Defenders, was set to go to trial Wednesday. But a Nov. 21 filing made clear that prosecutors expected turbulence. The District Attorney’s Office asked for material witness warrants for the arrest of two women who were eyewitnesses to the killing. Prosecutors said they appeared to be dodging subpoenas to appear in court. Criminal District Court Judge Byron C. Williams granted the request. However, after