The doctor's testimony cited a range of mental illnesses, including major depression, chronic anxiety; as well as obsessive-compulsive, panic and personality disorders. He also cited a history of chronic drug abuse and suicide attempts, beginning before Peacock was 12 years old.
As a part of a plea agreement with the State's Attorney Office, Peacock could be charged with one count of kidnapping, one count of attempted kidnapping and burglary. The remaining assault and drug charges could be dismissed.Although Peacock claims to having only a vague recollection of what happened, police say he kidnapped a woman and a teen in separate incidents last fall. Both victims escaped unharmed.