Kumanjayi Walker died after he was allegedly shot during Yuendumu, 300 kilometres from Alice Springs, on Saturday night when dual military officers went there to detain him for breaches of his dangling sentence.
The 28-year aged masculine NT military officer has now been charged with one count of murder, NT Police said.
“As this matter is before a court, no serve information will be released,” it added.
At a conference on Wednesday night, a military officer named as Constable Zachary Rolfe was postulated bail and dangling with pay.
According to a ABC, a NT Police Association has pronounced he will beg not guilty.
Walker died shortly after a purported shooting, though his family contend they were not told about his genocide until a morning after.
Medical staff had left a community, so initial assist was practical during a Yuendumu Police Station.
The military officer concerned is accepted to be widespread after receiving threats given Saturday.
The genocide sparked large protests in Darwin, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide.
In Yuendumu, members of a village achieved a anguish rite outward a internal military hire and lonesome a outward walls with red handprints.
In an progressing matter expelled by military on Tuesday, officers urged people on amicable media to be aware of what they posted online.
“There is a lot of open explanation generally on amicable media that could change witnesses and not concede a review to run a full course,” it said.
“Out of honour to a defunct man, his family, Yuendumu, a wider Warlpiri village and a gratification of a officers involved, we ask that amicable media users are aware of a tough work being finished by a village leaders to support a lamentation and say village safety.”
Fewer than 800 people live in a Yuendumu community.