One of the suspects in the so-called “Vampire Cult Murder” in Parker earlier this year, will not stand trial, at least not anytime soon.
After receiving the results of 2-psychiatric evaluations last week, Judge James Fensom ruled 18-yea-old Stephanie Pistey is mentally incompetent to stand trial.
Pistey is charged with accessory to murder after the fact and giving false information to Parker police. She's 1-of -5 people charged in the June beating death of 16-year-old Jacob Hendershot.
Police believe the group lured Hendershot to one of their homes, because Pistey accused Hendershot of raping her.
But there were also reports, including jail house statements from Pistey herself, leading investigators to believe there may be other secondary motives.
A September interview for NewsChannel 7 cameras may also explain last week's decision by Judge Fensom. In out interview Stephanie Pistey said: “Since I was like 12 every fiber in my body basically everything, I know this is going to be crazy, but I believe that I'm a vampire and part werewolf." Reporter: "So you would drink William's blood?" Stephanie Pistey: "I have before yes."
Pistey will remain in the Bay County Jail until she can be transferred to the Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee for psychiatric treatment.