Man Accused Of Slaying Two Kissimmee Officers To Be Evaluated Before Trial

Ahead of his first court hearing, a man accused of killing two Florida police officers will undergo a competency evaluation.

Everett Miller, 55, is accused of gunning down Kissimmee Officer Matthew Baxter and Sgt. Sam Howard on Aug. 18. Both officers succumbed to injuries sustained during the attack. 

Howard (left), Baxter (right)

Orange-Osceola Circuit Court officials announced Tuesday that a judge will review Miller's evaluation.

Miller is a Marine Corps veteran. He was previously involuntarily hospitalized after he stripped down to his boxers and walked down a street carrying a high-powered rifle, according to a report.

Miller is facing first-degree murder charges.

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