Man to undergo psych exam in meth case.

June 18, 2019

Larry Adams with attorney Terry Shaw.

Man to undergo psych exam in meth case.


By Allison Scarbrough, Editor.

HART – A 56-year-old Branch man will undergo psychiatric testing for a methamphetamine possession case pending in 27th Circuit Court.

Larry James Adams, of 2945 S. Granstyn Trail, suffered a head injury after being hit with a chainsaw, said his attorney Terry Shaw Monday, June 17, during a motion hearing. “He’s been in mental institutions many times,” Shaw said.

Judge Robert D. Springstead granted Shaw’s motion for a mental competency exam at Center for Forensic Psychiatry near Ypsilanti. The exam will determine whether Adams is competent to stand trial.

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