RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The suspect accused of shooting and injuring a Richmond Police officer appeared in court on Thursday for a competency hearing.
A judge said 20-year-old Tamar Harris was not competent to stand trial. Three doctors testified at the hearing, two of which said Harris was competent.
Another competency hearing was set for September 16. A bench trial was also set for October 14.
Harris is accused of shooting veteran Officer William Turner on January 2.
Officer Turner was responding to a call for a man in emotional distress on Fulton Street when the shots were fired. Turner was able to fire back at Harris. Both of them were injured.
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