The man accused of gunning down two Kissimmee police officers made his first appearance before a judge Sunday morning.

Everett Miller was escorted by at least six police officers as he stood in front of a judge at the Osceola County Jail where he is being held.

The judge formally charged Miller for the murder of Officer Matthew Baxter. Miller will remain at the jail without bond.

He is also charged with carrying a concealed weapon in a specific location and resisting arrest without violence.     

Miller has not yet been charged for Sergeant Sam Howard’s death.  

Miller is suspected of shooting and killing both Kissimmee police officers on Friday night. 

Kissimmee Police Chief Jeff O'Dell said it does not appear either officer was able to return gunfire.
Police arrested Miller about two hours after the shooting at a nearby bar. 

Court records show he does not have an extensive criminal background, just minor traffic violations. 

There are concerns about his mental state.   

Chief O'Dell said Miller was recently baker acted by the Osceola County Sheriff's Office. 

Detectives were able to charge him with murder after they obtained footage that placed him at the scene of the crime.  
The police chief said he is facing the charge of carrying a concealed weapon at a specific location because when officers arrested and searched him they found two guns.

"Hands on tackled them to the ground, secured him, located a 9 millimeter handgun and a 22 revolver on him. Those guns have been seized for further investigation," said Kissimmee Police Chief Jeff O'Dell.  

Officer Baxter died shortly after the shooting Friday night. 
Sergeant Howard died Saturday afternoon at the Osceola Regional Medical Center. 

Kissimmee Police identified Maribel Gonzales King as a person of interest in the case. 

She was located and interviewed on Sunday, police said.