ROSWELL, Ga. — The next court date for the case of the two Roswell teens shot and killed behind a grocery store will happen on November 1.
Jeffrey Hazelwood is accused of shooting and killing Natalie Henderson and Carter Davis in a parking lot behind a Publix in August.
Attorneys for Hazelwood argue that the 20-year-old is mentally ill and that his mother may have contributed to his mental decline by raising him in a bad environment.
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“She was a remarkably poor parent,” Attorney Kenneth Schatten said. "He never had a chance." %
Police have not yet released a motive for the killings.
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