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Clayton man accused of murder to undergo mental fitness exam

Clayton man accused of murder to undergo mental fitness exam

2 months ago by Scott Hardy

Wyond Bynum to be examined

A Clayton man, accused of fatally shooting a Camp Point man in August, will be examined to see if he's mentally fit to go on trial.

Wyond Bynum was in Adams County Circuit Court Wednesday, where a mental fitness exam was ordered. He'll be back in court April 24th. Bynum was indicted in early September by an Adams County Grand Jury. He faces three counts of 1st Degree Murder in the August 14th shooting death of Jaycob Rowland. The Adams County Sheriff's Office says the shooting happened just after Midnight August 14th at a home in the 500 block of Jefferson Street in Camp Point. Rowland was first taken to the Adams County EMS station in Camp Point. He was then rushed to Blessing Hospital, where he were pronounced dead. Rowland was shot several times during the incident.

Bynum is in the Adams County Jail on $3 million bond.

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