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Greyhound bus shooting suspect appears in court Wednesday

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Asaahdi Coleman

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - The suspected Greyhound bus shooter appeared in court on Wednesday.

In his last court appearance, 21-year-old Asaahdi Coleman was assigned a doctor to determine if he was competent to stand trial. District Attorney Mike Ramsey said this was not for a test of insanity.

On Wednesday, Ramsey said the psychologist's competency report is not yet complete and Coleman will appear back in court on May 11.

Coleman has failed to appear in court twice after he was arrested on Feb. 2 at the Walmart in Oroville after a shooting on board a Greyhound bus at an AM/PM market on Oro Dam Boulevard. 

After the shooting, Ramsey said a dozen 9mm shell casings were found. 

Karin Dalton, 43, was killed and Robert Farber, a father of four, said he was shot eight times and is paralyzed from the waist down. Three other people were injured.

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