XXXTenta­cion mur­der sus­pect found com­pe­tent to stand trial

Toronto Sun - - SHOWBIZ -

A sus­pect in slain rap­per

XXXTenta­cion’s mur­der case has been found com­pe­tent to stand trial.

The 20-year-old hip-hop star, real name Jah­seh On­froy, was gunned down out­side a mo­tor­cy­cle deal­er­ship in Deer­field Beach,

Fla., in June, and sus­pects Michael Boatwright, Trayvon New­some, Dedrick Wil­liams and Robert Allen were sub­se­quently charged with mur­der and armed rob­bery with a firearm.

In Au­gust, a judge or­dered Boatwright to un­dergo a men­tal exam to de­ter­mine if he un­der­stood the charges against him, and ac­cord­ing to The Blast, he has now been deemed com­pe­tent to stand trial. The crim­i­nal case against Boatwright will now move for­ward.


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