Former Md. officer declared unfit for trial on killings of two other officers
Josh Mitchell, Sun Reporter
The Baltimore Sun
Copyright 2006 The Baltimore Sun Company
A double-murder trial is on hold in Baltimore County because the defendant, a former police officer with a state agency who is accused of killing two Baltimore City police officers, has been found incompetent to stand trial.
An evaluation by state doctors found that Eugene Victor Perry Jr., 34, suffers from a mental disorder that makes him dangerous, court records show. He is being held at Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center, a state psychiatric facility in Jessup, under an order by a Baltimore County circuit judge.
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