- Associated Press - Friday, May 5, 2017

DETROIT (AP) - A 60-year-old man has been found incompetent to stand trial on attempted murder charges in the shootings of two Detroit police officers.

A competency hearing was held Friday in 36th District Court for Raymond Durham. Judge Kenneth King said Durham is to return to court on Aug. 7 for a review his competency status.

Durham is accused of shooting the officers in March. They survived. Separately, police Chief James Craig has said DNA links Durham to the fatal shooting of a Wayne State University officer in November.

No charges have been filed in that case.

Defense attorney Gabi (GAH’-bee) Silver said in March that Durham “appears to be somewhat delusional.”

After his arrest, family members said Durham lived in an abandoned house and repaired bikes.

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