UPDATE: Accused Appalachian Trail killer ordered to NC for evaluation
The man accused of killing and injuring hikers on the Appalachia Trail has been ordered to a mental health facility in North Carolina. Federal Judge James Jones entered the ruling in the case of James Jordan who will be evaluated over the next four months. A magistrate judge ruled earlier this month that Jordan was mentally unfit to stand trial for the May 10 slaying of military veteran and Oklahoma native Ronald Sanchez, Jr.
(PHOTO: Southwest Virginia Regional Jail)