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Multiple cars were set on fire overnight in Mount Vernon, Baltimore fire officials said Friday. Multiple cars were set on fire overnight in Mount Vernon, Baltimore fire officials said Friday. Tim Prudente in the Mount Vernon neighborhood.
Psychiatrists determined Lakia Letterlough, 25, was incompetent to stand trial, according to court records.
In such circumstances, a defendant is committed for psychiatric treatment in a state hospital. Doctors are required to reassess the person within six months. If the defendant is found competent, the trial proceeds; if not, he or she returns for more treatment.
A defendant may be re-evaluated every six months for up to five years.
Multiple cars were set on fire in Mount Vernon overnight, Baltimore officials said Friday.
A spokeswoman for the Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office declined to discuss the case against Letterlough. Letterlough’s attorney has also declined to comment.
Two weeks ago, a Baltimore judge ordered the psychiatric evaluation for Letterlough. Police had charged her with 10 counts of malicious burning, saying she set fire to at least five cars overnight last month.
In court records, she was listed as having no fixed address. One witness told police she was homeless and known to cause disturbances in the neighborhood.
She was captured on surveillance cameras setting fire to the cars, police wrote in charging documents. A manager at The Owl Bar said she found the woman in the bathroom with two canisters of gasoline.
Videos of the fiery spectacle circulated widely online. The fires along Charles Street caused an estimated $100,600 in damage.
Police have said they don’t know why she allegedly set the fires. charged with torching several random cars last week in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood.
During a hearing Wednesday, Baltimore District Judge Rachel Skolnik said she had concerns the woman may not understand the criminal…