Man accused in fatal stabbing at McDonalds not competent for trial, judge says

Man accused in fatal stabbing at McDonalds not competent for trial, judge says
According to a report by our partners NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune, Danny Jackson, 57, is accused of stabbing two people inside the restaurant on Canal Street between Bourbon and Royal.

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -A judge ruled that a man accused in a fatal stabbing at a Downtown McDonalds is not competent to stand trial.

According to a report by our partners NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune, Danny Jackson, 57, is accused of stabbing two people inside the restaurant on Canal Street between Bourbon and Royal.

An 18-year-old died.

Another man was stabbed in the chest, but survived.

A forensic psychologist told the judge he believes Jackson has Schizophrenia, and could be competent if he resumes taking medication.

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