CANAL WINCHESTER, Ohio (AP) — A man who authorities say deliberately drove into an Ohio hospital entrance, killing two people, has been found competent to stand trial on aggravated murder charges.

A judge issued the hearing Tuesday after reviewing the results of a second psychiatric evaluation for Raymond Leiendecker, 46, of Baltimore, Ohio. The second evaluation was ordered after defense lawyers cited what they said were inconsistencies with the first evaluation, which had also found Leiendecker competent.

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Authorities have said Leiendecker had undergone a psychological evaluation at the Diley Ridge Medical Center in Canal Winchester on Sept. 13, 2019, before driving a pickup truck into the emergency department entrance. One man died at the scene, while another victim died about a week later.

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A trial date has not yet been set. Besides the two aggravated murder charges, Leiendecker also faces two murder counts and a vandalism charge.

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