IONIA, Mich. (WOOD) - An Ionia County judge has ordered the man who allegedly admitted to shooting his daughter in the face last week to undergo a competency evaluation.
Donald Lasley, 73, was charged with open murder after he allegedly told police he shot and killed his daughter, Jacquie Osterhout, on May 25 in the living room of their Berlin Township home. She was 37.
Lasley allegedly told authorities that he intentionally shot his daughter after she told him "he didn't have the nerve to shoot her," detectives testified.
It could be several months before the results of Lasley's competency evaluation come back. Until then, he will remain in the Ionia County Jail without bond.
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