LAS VEGAS (AP) — A court-appointed attorney is raising mental health questions about a 21-year-old man accused of recording shooter's-view cellphone video of what police called the "thrill killing" of a sleeping homeless man and the wounding of a man walking a dog.
The attorney told a judge Wednesday she had "concerns" about Green's competency, or his ability to understand the murder and attempted murder charges against him.
Green didn't appear in court. Jackson said he was quarantined at the jail following his arrest last Friday. The judge set another court date Aug. 12, allowing time for a mental health evaluation.