Tyler Haire, was a 16 year old with a long history of mental health issues, when he was arrested for stabbing his father's girlfriend with a 10-inch butcher knife. He waited nearly four years to get a mental evaluation before his case could go to trial. He's slated to get out of jail in late 2018 - and he hasn't been treated since he's been incarcerated. There are dozens of legally innocent inmates stuck in Mississippi's county jails every year, their trials delayed for months and years because the state is unable to give them a pretrial mental evaluation. Local sheriffs are unequipped to deal with their mental health needs.