A man accused of crashing his car through City Hall in January has been determined mentally competent to stand trial.
Marcus L. Johnson was pulled off the docket when Judge Eric Yost signed an order in February for a mental evaluation. Doctors determined Johnson is able to understand the charges and assist in his defense. His next hearing is set for May 12.
Wichita police said Johnson became enraged when a police officer asked him to turn down his car stereo in the parking lot of convenience store on Jan. 6. Police said Johnson then drove off and right through the entrance of City Hall. This is how Johnson appeared the first time before Yost:
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