LYON COUNTY, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com)--Jeremiah Bean, the 25-year-old accused of a murder spree in Fernley back in May has been found competent to stand trial.
The District Attorney believes the stipulation and finding that Bean is competent is a positive development and the prosecution of the defendant can now move forward.
Bean faces multiple charges, including multiple counts of First Degree Murder.
The victims in Bean's alleged murder spree were: Fernley resident Lester Leiber, 69, who was found in a home on Tamsen Road and Sparks resident Eliazar Graham, 52, who was found dead on Interstate 80 near the Mustang exit. This is in addition to the two found dead on Jessica Lane, who are 84-year-old Robert Pape and 84-year-old Dorothy Pape. The other person found dead on Tamsen Road is 67-year-old Angie Duff.