The Reverend ruled competent to stand trial for murder

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SCOTTSVILLE, Kuy. (WBKO) -- The man accused of strangling and killing a fellow patient at Scottsville Manor has been ruled competent to stand trial.

Robert Reynolds, who legally changed his name to The Reverend, was found competent to stand trial for killing 71-year-old Gary Glueck.

Glueck died after being stabbed with a pen and coat hanger, and strangled with a lamp cord.

According to Scottsville Police, The Reverend came to the nurse’s station at the nursing home February 25, 2016, and said he was thirsty and he wanted a drink of water, and that he had killed Glueck.

A psychiatrist testified Thursday that The Reverend was competent for trial.



 
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