Suspect in Oklahoma cold case to have mental health evaluated, judge orders
An Oklahoma man accused in the long-unsolved shooting death of former Haskell County Commissioner Leo Reasnor will have his mental health evaluated before moving forward in his murder proceedings.
STIGLER — A man accused in the long-unsolved shooting death of former Haskell County Commissioner Leo Reasnor will have his mental health evaluated before moving forward in his murder trial.
Clifford Eagle, a convicted rapist and longtime resident of southeastern Oklahoma, confessed to killing Reasnor in April, court records show.
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