Wednesday, 23 January 2019
Login |  Register 
 
Find Products or Services in your local community
 
MSC News National Headlines U.S Health Tech Talk World Business Sports Top Headlines
Holton murder suspect to undergo mental evaluation
11/09/2018

Derrick Bohnenkemper/Credit: Jackson Co Sheriff's Office

(KNZA)--A Holton man accused of fatally shooting his father and shooting at Jackson County law enforcement officers during a standoff in September will under a competency evaluation.

Jackson County Attorney Shawna Miller tells MSC News a judge granted a motion filed by the attorney for 49-year-old Derrick Bohnenkemper for the mental evaluation.

Miller says his preliminary hearing, which had been set for Wednesday, was continued indefinitely.

Bohnenkemper faces one count of first-degree murder, five counts of attempted capital murder and one count of aggravated assault.

He’s charged in the shooting death of his 73-year-old father, Gaylen Bohnenkemper.

He was found inside a residence north of Holton after the younger Bohnenkemper ultimately surrendered to authorities following a more than 5 hour standoff early September 18.    

 

 

© Many Signals Communications
You will need to be logged in to leave a comment.
Please Login

characters left

The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.
Click here to review our Terms of Use.



MOST VIEWED STORIES
Identity of vicitm in fatal Brown Co wreck released
Hiawatha woman found competent to stand trial
Updated: Monday wreck claims one life
County hears concerns about proposed wind project
Atchison fire displaces three
Three teens arrested in Denison burglary
Woman injured in Nemaha Co wreck
Boldridge arraignment set for February
Civic leader, businessman, remembered locally
Snowplow wreck causes no injuries
Click Here For All Stories

LATEST STORIES
Joint Hometown News
Pawnee County to participate in Drug Court
Audit shows Falls City in strong financial position
Occupied RV break-in leads to arrest
Snowplow wreck causes no injuries
Healthy Farms Conference Planned for Grand Island.
USDA to Reopen all FSA Offices
Hospital financial concerns lead to meeting
Van catches fire after Hiawatha wreck
Energy issues experienced in SE Nebraska
Click Here For All Stories

©2019 MSC News
Hiawatha, Ks 66434
EEO Public Report

Powered by Radio Media Group
162.158.78.190