Competency of accused Best Buy carjacker questioned - KOTA Territory News

Competency of accused Best Buy carjacker questioned


Defense attorneys for a man accused of leading police on a high-speed chase are questioning his competency.
Police allege that Luis Clifford, 35, stole a car at gun-point from the Best Buy parking lot in Rapid City on October 22, 2011. A chase followed on Interstate 90 with speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour.

Monday, his attorneys began the process of having Clifford's mental competency evaluated.

Clifford pleaded not guilty to charges of robbery, aggravated assault, grand theft and aggravated eluding.
He faces a maximum of 90 years in prison if convicted.

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