The man accused of murdering the executive vice president and general manager of Forklifts of Toledo, will undergo a competency evaluation this month.
Lucas County, Ohio Judge Dean Mandros made the competency referral of Mark A. Langlois, 50, last month. Mandros set a hearing date for March 25.
Langlois is charged with one count of aggravated murder and an alternate count of murder, each with gun specifications. He is being held in the Lucas County jail on a $1.5 million bond ($750,000 on each count).
Following his Feb. 22 arraignment, Langlois waived his right to a speedy trial. Had he not waived his right to a speedy trail, Ohio law required Langlois’ trial be held within 90 days of his arrest.
Langlois is charged in the death of James Schueler, 65. Schueler was found Jan. 27 shot in the head in his Forklifts of Toledo office.