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Motion filed to alter or vacate release of Wellie Paul Grant

Commonwealth Attorney Gail Lyndon Williams filed a motion on Tuesday, January 15, 2013, in Adair Circuit court asking the court to:
  • Alter, amend, or vacate the order find defendant incompetent to stand trial
  • Set aside e the order that changes the Defendant's bond, and those portions that release him from custody into the general public, until such time as an appropriate involuntary hospitalization proceeding has been concluded.
The motion says that the order releasing Grant on has placed the community in danger by releasing him from jail on an unsecured bond and asks that he be incarcerated or hospitalized until such time as he obtains competency.

This story was posted on 2013-01-16 08:46:33
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