Mental exam ordered for suspect in security guard's death
June 16, 2021
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — The criminal case against a Wichita man charged with killing a security guard at a QuikTrip will be on hold until the suspect undergoes a mental competency evaluation, a judge has ruled.
Laroy Monzell West is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Will Robinson, 39, a former Wichita police officer who died two days after being shot at the convenience store on May 5.
Prosecutors have said Robinson was shot as he escorted West out of the store because he was causing a disturbance.
West's attorney, Jeremy Koop, wrote in a motion that West is currently showin...