Man Accused of Shooting of His Boss to Undergo Mental Evaluation

Man Accused of Shooting of His Boss to Undergo Mental Evaluation

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(Pleasant Grove-AP) -- The man accused of shooting his boss to death at the Provo River Water Users Association will undergo a mental evaluation.

A judge ordered Louis Darrell Kinyon to undergo the evaluation yesterday.

Kinyon is charged with capital murder in the death of 36-year-old Kent Neil Griffith.

Police say the 49-year-old became enraged after a meeting with his managers February 2 and left the association. Police say Kinyon returned with a gun, shot Griffith, then turned the gun on himself.

Kinyon is also charged with sexual exploitation of a minor and aggravated assault, both felonies.

A competency review hearing was set for April 21.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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