- Associated Press - Thursday, December 24, 2015

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - A Sioux Falls woman charged with raping three young boys still isn’t mentally competent to stand trial, her attorney said.

Judge Lawrence Long in March committed 30-year-old Anne Doubler to the Human Services Center in Yankton, where she has been receiving psychiatric treatment.

Deputy public defender Katie Dunn testified Wednesday that there’s little chance that Doubler will be fit to stand trial in the next year.

Prosecutor Eric Johnson asked the judge to schedule another hearing for June, although a date hasn’t been set, the Argus Leader reported (https://argusne.ws/1RIweMu ).

Doubler is charged with five counts each of first-degree rape, sexual contact with a child under 16 and sexual exploitation.

According to prosecutors, Doubler’s husband said he arrived home with their 4-year-old son in June 2014 and found her naked with at least three boys between ages 7 and 10.

Police said Doubler admitted to having sexual contact with the boys, who lived in surrounding apartments, and that the boys also told detectives that it happened.

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Information from: Argus Leader, https://www.argusleader.com


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