A 31-year-old taxi driver who is accused of gunning down a nanny shortly before Christmas as she bicycled through an affluent neighborhood along South Olive Avenue has been declared mentally incompetent, delaying his trial indefinitely.
Ken Farino, whose family waged a relentless six-week-long campaign to find the killer of 41-year-old Amaria Grant, said Monday he was unaware that Rupert Harty had been sent to the Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee, where efforts will be made to rid him of his mental demons so he can be tried for the murder of Grant and the attempted murder of three others.
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