Grand Jury Indicts Brother of King's Slayer in Robbery ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI)-JWm Larry Ray, brother of James Earl Ray who was convicted of killing Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., was indicted here on charges of robbing the Bank of St. Peters, Mo., of $53,000 Oct. 26. Three others, who were still sought in connection with the robbery, were also named in the indictment returned in the court of U.S. District Judge Roy Harper. Ronald Siebelt Goldenstein, Jerry Lee Miller and James Allen Benney, all former canvicts, were also charged in the holdup. The indictments charge the lour with putting the lives of their victims': in jeopardy. Maximum sentence upon conviction conviction 35 25 years in prison.