Indiana man charged in dad’s killing to use insanity defense

AUBURN, Ind. (AP) — A northeast Indiana man charged with killing his father plans to use an insanity defense when he goes to trial.

Branston Secrest’s attorney has filed a notice indicating that his client will use an insanity defense because he has a significant history of mental illness.

The Journal Gazette reports a DeKalb County judge has appointed two physicians to examine the 20-year-old Secrest.

Authorities say Secrest shot his 45-year-old father, Keith Allen Secrest, 13 times in...

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