Psychologists to examine man accused of shootings at trucking office
A judge today ordered psychological examinations for a man who has pleaded innocent by reason of insanity to charges that he killed two men and wounded three others at an office. If convicted of the charges from the workplace shooting in November, 50-year-old Tom West could face Ohio's death penalty. The shootings took place in West Chester at an office of Watkins Motor Lines, which formerly employed West. The former trucker is jailed in Butler County to await trial on July 19th in Common Pleas Court.
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