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Farmville murder suspect seeks psychologist

Posted by Shawn Maclauchlan

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - New information on the man accused of killing four people in Farmville last September.

A lawyer for Sam McCroskey tells us he plans to file a motion this week to have his client examined by a psychologist.

McCroskey faces six counts of capital murder in the deaths of Longwood professor Debra Kelley, her estranged husband Mark Niederbrock, their daughter Emma, and her friend, Melanie Wells.

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