Man accused in hospital ramp killing ruled incompetent
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A judge has ruled the man charged with fatally beating a nurse practitioner in a Milwaukee hospital parking ramp is not yet competent for trial.
The judge reviewed a psychiatric report on Kenneth Freeman Tuesday in Milwaukee County Circuit Court. Freeman is accused of killing 33-year-old Carlie Beaudin after following her into the parking ramp at Froedtert Hospital last January.
In March a judge ordered Freeman be treated for his mental incompetency. He will remain at the Mendota Mental Health Institute for additional treatment. A new doctor’s report is due in August.