Wednesday, April 27, 2005

The Webb City businessman facing a federal arson charge in connection with the fire that destroyed his business April 15, will undergo a mental evaluation.
During a hearing today in U. S. District Court in Springfield, Judge James England ordered that Keith McBride, 50, undergo a mental evaluation and recommended that it take place at the United States Center for Medical Prisoners in Springfield.
McBride was arrested after allegedly burning Coin-Op and his Duquesne home. He indicated to officers that he had intended to kill himself, but the gun jammed, according to court records.

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