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Autopsy results released for Lamar Co. homicide victim

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LAMAR COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

The autopsy results have been released for the man killed in a Lamar County homicide over the weekend.

Preliminary autopsy shows that Tommy Miller, 44, died from sharp force entry to the head, meaning he was stabbed, according to Lamar Co. Coroner.

Miller was found dead in his Lamar County home on Sunday, and his wife, Andrea Miller, 41, was charged in his death.

Andrea Miller made her initial appearance in court Tuesday, where she was charged with murder and her bond was set at $700,000.

The scene: 

Lamar County deputies were called to the 100 block of Magnolia Drive at the Shenandoah apartments after being notified by Marion County authorities that a female suspect turned herself in to them around 11 a.m., according to Lamar County Sheriff Danny Rigel.

Rigel called the Hattiesburg Police Department to process the crime scene as part of the ongoing investigation.

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