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Topic - Robert Morin
An 18-year-old arrested this week in connection with a December shooting in Southeast D.C. was under high-intensity supervision after his release from jail as he awaited trial in a murder case, according to prosecutors.
A D.C. Superior Court judge ruled Friday that a 19-year-old man charged in a series of hammer attacks in Petworth, including a fatal assault on a tourist, is incompetent to stand trial at this time.
The son of former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry pleaded guilty Wednesday to drug possession charges, according to D.C. Superior Court documents.
"I do find substantial probability that the same person committed all of these attacks," Judge Robert Morin said at the conclusion of Mr. Davis' preliminary hearing Friday.
D.C. Superior Court Judge Robert Morin declared Davis incompetent to stand trial Friday based on a psychiatrist's recommendation.