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State seeks medical records after hospital attack arrest
Kinglocke, 33, of 495 Old Wellington Road, Apt. 206, had been in the unit for three days, waiting to be involuntarily committed to the New Hampshire Hospital when he allegedly repeatedly struck nursing assistant Donald Wyman in the head and face, breaking his jaw in four places, knocking out four teeth and nearly killing him, authorities said.
According to court records on file in Hillsborough County Superior Court, Kinglock raised the issue of competency at his initial arraignment in 9th Circuit Court, Manchester District Division. A circuit court judge granted his motion for an evaluation.
When his original attorney, Martin Glennon, withdrew from the case and Ashley Sheehan of the New Hampshire Public Defender Program was appointed, the evaluation was rescheduled for Aug. 27.
She asked the attorneys to submit a proposed order so the court could order various medical facilities that treated Kinglocke, including the Elliot Hospital, Catholic Medical Center, and the Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester, to release his medical records to Comiskey.
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