Wednesday, August 20, 2014 at 12:30 am (Updated: August 20, 6:42 am)
At a preliminary hearing Monday, Corey Washburn was awarded a medical furlough so he could pursue in-patient treatment for mental health issues.
On Aug. 9 Washburn was charged with first degree robbery when he grabbed a stack of cash from a teller’s window at United Citizens Bank in New Castle. A customer detained Washburn until police arrived and took the 21-year-old into custody.
At his hearing, his public defender explained her client had established competency issues.
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