Accused gunman in deadly convenience store shooting to undergo mental evaluation



JACKSON, Tenn. — The suspect in a deadly November shooting inside a west Jackson convenience store returned to court Thursday.

A preliminary hearing for Urshawn Miller was scheduled for Thursday afternoon but instead of moving forward, Miller’s attorney told the court a mental evaluation had been scheduled for his client.

Miller’s new preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 14.

Miller is charged with six counts including first-degree murder.

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