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Norfolk, Va. - The man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and his neighbor heads to court on Wednesday.
Police say Jamiel Graves murdered his next door neighbor, Phylicia Robinson, in Norfolk, and his ex-girlfriend, Mandi Myers, in Virginia Beach, last year in November.
Officials say Graves's mother found Robinson's body in his closet weeks after she disappeared.
Myers's body was also found in a closet, by her sister.
A court ordered mental evaluation said Graves suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression, and drug addiction.
But, a judge ruled earlier this year, Graves is competent to stand trial.
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