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Man accused of cutting up wife found competent for trial


OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A man arrested at a suburban Kansas City storage unit with two of his children and his dismembered wife's remains has been found competent to stand trial after undergoing a mental health evaluation.

The ruling was made Monday during a hearing for Justin Rey in Johnson County, Kansas, where he's charged with child endangerment.

He isn't charged in his wife's killing. Rey says she died after giving birth in October in a Kansas City, Missouri, hotel room. Investigators say he then went to the Lenexa, Kansas, storage unit where he was arrested with the newborn and the coup...

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