James L. Jordan, who is suspected of killing 43-year-old Ronald Sanchez and attacking and wounding a female hiker on the Appalachian Trail in May, has been declared mentally unfit to stand trial. According to the Boston Globe, a federal judge has ruled that Jordan be taken to a federal facility β€œto be restored to competency.” 

After the horrifying attack in May, Jordan was detained for evaluation to determine if he suffered from β€œmental disease or defect.” It is unclear how long it will take for Jordan to be restored to competency or if he will appear in court again.