One charge against the man accused of shooting two people on the Blue Ridge Parkway has been upgraded.
Ralph Leon Jackson now faces one count of first-degree murder.
He is also charged with attempted capital murder and two counts of using or displaying a firearm in the commission of a felony.
The murder charge was upgraded following the death of Charlottesville DJ Tim Davis at the University of Virginia Medical Center Friday.
The 27-year-old Davis and his friend, 18-year-old Christina Floyd, were at an overlook on the parkway last Monday to watch the sunset when the shooting occurred.
Davis, who suffered from multiple sclerosis, was shot in the upper back area and then fell over the overlook. He was flown to UVA and never regained consciousness.
Floyd confronted the suspect, which officials say may have saved her life, but she was also injured by a shotgun blast.
Jackson was denied bond and is being held at the Middle River Regional Jail.
If convicted, he faces up to life in prison.
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