Oct 3, 2016 11:48 AM
NASHUA — A Nashua man accused of leading police on a two-state car chase, stealing cars and stabbing a woman has been deemed incompetent to stand in trial.
Jonathan Calvin was charged with three counts of robbery, theft by unauthorized taking, reckless conduct with a deadly weapon, first-degree assault, attempted first-degree assault, first-degree assault with a deadly weapon and theft.
These charges came after Calvin allegedly crashed one stolen car, stabbed a woman who stopped at the scene and stole her car, and lead police on a two-state car chase which ended with the crash of the second stolen car.
Calvin has been ordered by a Hillsborough County Superior Court judge to be transferred to the Secure Psychiatric Unit of the New Hampshire Department of Corrections to receive treatment that could potentially help restore his competency, the Union Leader reported.
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