Bank robbery suspect found incompetent
(ABC 6 News) – A Chicago man accused of a 2021 bank robbery was found incompetent to stand trial in Olmsted County Court Wednesday.
Jaracari Peters, 32, faced a simple robbery charge after allegedly demanding money from a Sterling State Bank teller in September of last year.
He was deemed incompetent to participate in his own defense Wednesday, Oct. 26, and will appear in court again in January 2023.
(ABC 6 News) – A Chicago man accused of bank robbery will face a competency hearing in Olmsted County Court.
Jacari Peters, 32, faces a charge of simple robbery after allegedly demanding money from a Sterling State Bank teller in September of 2021.
He was also accused of attempting a similar robbery in Pine Island 30 minutes later.
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According to court documents filed Tuesday, Peters’ attorney Krista L. Rissman has received a professional evaluation stating that Peters is incompetent to stand trial in Olmsted County Court.
A competency hearing date will be set sometime in the future.
Peters was arrested during a traffic stop north of Mantorville Sept. 10, 2021. A search warrant yielded $1,694 in cash, some of which matched serial numbers on bills from Sterling State bank,