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Chuck Cook, File, Associated Press
FILE - In this July 21, 2011 file photograph, murder suspect Jeremy Wayne Manieri, is led from court in Waveland, Miss., following his initial court appearance. A Mississippi grand jury could soon get the case of Manieri who is charged with killing Catholic priest Ed Everitt and taking his car for a Disney vacation.

JACKSON, Miss. — A Mississippi grand jury could soon get the case of a man charged with killing a Catholic priest and taking his car for a Disney vacation.

Jeremy Manieri is charged with killing the Rev. Ed Everitt of Hammond, La. Authorities say Everitt was robbed and shot in July at a beach house in Waveland, Miss. Manieri did construction work at the house.

Crosby Parker, a Hancock County prosecutor, says the investigative report is being finalized. He's hopeful it will go to a grand jury in the near future.

Manieri's attorney, Brian Alexander, says he has "serious reservations" about his client getting a fair trial in Mississippi because a political commercial for Attorney General Jim Hood referred to Manieri as a cold-blooded killer.

Alexander filed a complaint with the Mississippi Bar.