Competency hearing needed for suspect in shooting case

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The suspect from the February 2 shooting at J & J General Store is set for a formal pretrial hearing today to address the lawyer’s motion for the need of a competency hearing.

Colonel Bolen, of Garrett, Kentucky is charged with six counts of attempted murder, which is a class B felony.

According to the indictment released earlier this year, Bolen allegedly shot and severely injured three victims, and shot in the direction of three more.

Class B felonies can be met with up to 60 years imprisonment.