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Questions remain in Neenah Walmart shooting suspect's competency

Police: Accused shooter may be faking illness

8:42 AM, Oct. 4, 2013
Neenah Walmart shooting suspect's mental health to...
Neenah Walmart shooting suspect's mental health to...: Justine Boyd, who is accused of attempted homicide, appeared in court Thursday. Questions linger on whether she's competent to stand trial. (Oct. 3, 2013)
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The Greenville woman accused of shooting a Walmart co-worker in August will be moved to a mental health institution so experts can finish evaluating whether she is competent for trial.

Winnebago County Judge John Jorgensen granted a psychologist's request Thursday that Justine Boyd, 47, be moved from jail to a mental health institution because Boyd was uncooperative and difficult to communicate with. The doctor couldn't tell whether Boyd was feigning illness or demonstrating legitimate symptoms.

"It's the state's position that, in fact, the evaluator's recommendation is a result of ...

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