The man accused of attacking the Country Boy Store owner with a tomahawk on Halloween could undergo a competency hearing after being evaluated by the Kentucky Correctional Psychiatric Center. William Fields' attorney, Chris Woodall asked for a continuance to April 10 during an appearance in Christian Circuit Court Wednesday afternoon. He just recently took on Fields' case and has not had time to review the discovery. Judge Andrew Self granted the motion and scheduled a new pretrial conference at which time he expected the issue of a competency hearing to be discussed. Fields allegedly attacked Gant Golladay October 31 at the Country Boy Store, fled the area, and was arrested in Murray.
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