Oak Park man accused of killing grandmother to undergo competency evaluation

Robert Lashawn-Noah Boles faces charges

Robert Lashawn-Noah Boles
Robert Lashawn-Noah Boles (WDIV)

OAK PARK, Mich. – An Oak Park man charged with murder after his grandmother was killed and his father was critically injured in a shooting last month will undergo a competency evaluation.

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Robert Lashawn-Noah Boles, 22, is accused of shooting Mary Boles and Robert Boles on Dec. 27, 2019 in the 21000 block of Westhampton Street.

Oak Park officers said they received a call from Allen Park police about a man who had called to report he had shot two people in Oak Park.

Boles is charged with first-degree premeditated murder, assault with intent to commit murder and two felony firearm violations, authorities said.