Posted: Jan 15, 2013 6:18 AM
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Another psychiatrist has determined that a Baton Rouge man accused of killing his grandfather in 2009 is competent to stand trial on a first-degree murder charge.
East Baton Rouge Parish First Assistant District Attorney Prem Burns told The Advocate Monday that the psychiatrist, Dr. Lawrence Wade, has found that Dustin Musso was sane at the time of the May 2009 incident.
The 32-year-old Musso is accused of killing his grandfather, setting the elder Peter Musso's home on fire and stealing his car.
State District Judge Mike rescheduled Dustin Musso's competency hearing for Feb. 14. It was supposed to take place Monday.