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HARRISBURG, Ark. (AP) - Results of a mental evaluation have to be submitted before a man accused of killing two people at a Trumann mobile home can be put on trial.

Prosecutors have charged 28-year-old Anthony Arnoult of Jonesboro with capital murder in the homicides of John Poff and Constance "Connie" Cole. They were found dead in August.

Circuit Judge David Laser asked for the mental evaluation in March.

Trial is set for Sept. 9 in Poinsett County. Prosecutor Scott Ellington is seeking the death penalty.

TheJonesboro Sun reports the victims were found shot to death trailer at the Viva Drive Trailer Park in Trumann.

Officials say the Arkansas State Hospital in Little Rock is still working on the mental evaluation.

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