The man accused of killing two men at the Jefferson Sportsman’s Club in June 2015 will undergo another competency evaluation.
Judge Michelle Miller said this will be his last chance or Wayne Everly Junior will terminate his not guilty by insanity plea.
On Monday morning, it was revealed that he ended his second evaluation because he believed the doctor didn’t believe what he was saying.
Back in September, Everly was found competent to stand trial before requesting another evaluation.
He allegedly murdered Christopher Bradley and Barry Grant. He is facing two counts of aggravated murder with a gun specification.
Sheriff Fred Abdalla said the victims did nothing to provoke Everly.