Lucio Reyes Perez’s attempted first-degree murder case is still on hold while his attorney waits for an independent evaluation of his mental health. The 67-year-old Whitstran shooting suspect appears in Benton County Superior Court in a wheelchair because he has rheumatoid arthritis in his knees.
Lucio Reyes Perez’s attempted first-degree murder case is still on hold while his attorney waits for an independent evaluation of his mental health. The 67-year-old Whitstran shooting suspect appears in Benton County Superior Court in a wheelchair because he has rheumatoid arthritis in his knees. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file
Lucio Reyes Perez’s attempted first-degree murder case is still on hold while his attorney waits for an independent evaluation of his mental health. The 67-year-old Whitstran shooting suspect appears in Benton County Superior Court in a wheelchair because he has rheumatoid arthritis in his knees. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald file

Defense gets independent mental evaluation for Whitstran shooter

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