INDIANAPOLIS — Authorities say they’ve made an arrest in the 2014 death of a man found stabbed dozens of times in a wheelchair in the garage of an Indianapolis home.

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office last week filed a murder charge against 38-year-old Anthony King and he was arrested Wednesday in the slaying of Garry Borer. Court records don’t list a lawyer for him.

The arrest came three years to the date after Borer’s body was found. WRTV-TV reports investigators found a toolbox and tools next to his body, including a screwdriver and a bottle of cleaner with bleach that both appeared to have blood on them.

An autopsy determined Borer had 38 stab wounds. Witnesses told police he owned someone money, but authorities said King denied involvement in the death.

Information from: WRTV-TV,

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