Defense: Driver in Oklahoma State homecoming parade crash was insane

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Adacia Chambers

STILLWATER, Okla. – The attorney for a woman charged with driving her car into spectators at Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade and killing four people says he’s given to prosecutors a psychologist’s report on a mental evaluation of the woman.

Adacia Chambers is charged with four counts of second-degree murder and 42 counts of assault and battery for the Oct. 24, 2015, crash.

Defense attorney Tony Coleman on Wednesday provided a Payne County judge with the evaluation from the psychologist.

Coleman has previously indicated plans to raise the question of mental illness or insanity during Chambers’ trial.

Prosecutors say they’ll have their own psychologist examine Chambers.

A motion to move the trial out of Payne County because of pretrial publicity and several other defense motions were scheduled to be considered on Dec. 6.

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