O'Reilly Auto Parts murder suspect in court for preliminary exam

A woman accused of shooting and killing an elderly manager at an O'Reilly Auto Parts store back in November is in court Wednesday for a preliminary examination.

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On Nov. 1, 2017, 23-year-old Shawnta Anderson is accused of entering an O'Reilly Auto Parts Store in the 16800 block of Schaefer in Detroit and pointing a handgun at an employee, ordering him to get on the floor. She then allegedly ordered another employee to open the register. 

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Police say that's when 69-year-old manager James Haller came from the back of the store and she fired a single shot at him, striking him in the head. Anderson is said to have fled in an SUV as Haller was taken to the hospital, later pronounced dead. 

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She is charged with one count of felony murder, a felony carrying a penalty of life in prison without parole, two counts of armed robbery, and three counts of felony firearm.

Her alleged accomplice, 28-year-old Eboni Mcewen-Ross, turned herself into Detroit police on Nov. 14, 2017. 

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A third suspect, 39-year-old Leviticus Butler, is charged with one count of accessory after the fact, a felony with a maximum penalty of five years.