Stabbing Suspect May Suffer From Delusional Disorder

Stabbing Suspect May Suffer From Delusional Disorder

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(KSL News) -- A doctor says an aggravated assault suspect might suffer from delusional disorder.

Ruben Circio- Carreto has been charged with attempted murder, assault, and possession of a controlled substance. Police say he stabbed a Provo father and son in August.

Stabbing Suspect May Suffer From Delusional Disorder

Circio- Carreto will undergo a third mental competency evaluation, because two doctors differ on their diagnoses.

One believes he experienced a delusional episode during the attack and still suffers from it. The other doctor believes it was a temporary condition.

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