Teen Accused in Counselor's Death Finishes Psychological Testing

Teen Accused in Counselor's Death Finishes Psychological Testing

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FARMINGTON, Utah (AP) -- A teen accused in the rape and slaying of a youth counselor has completed his psychological testing.

However, 17-year-old Robert Cameron Houston's lawyer says he needs two more weeks to work out a trial schedule with prosecutors.

Houston is charged with capital murder in connection with the February killing of 22-year-old Raechale Elton. She worked for an agency that housed and counseled troubled teens.

The teen also faces rape and aggravated sexual assault. His next court appearance is set for November 14th.

Information from: Deseret Morning News,

(Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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