|Published:||Feb 14, 2011 7:00 PM EST|
|Updated:||Feb 14, 2011 4:11 PM EST|
NAPLES- An arraignment for a 14-year-old southwest Florida teen accused of killing his parents has been delayed until Feb. 28.
A judge on Monday rescheduled the hearing while attorneys await the results of Alex Crain's third -- and final -- psychiatric evaluation. The state attorney's office is using the psychiatric reports to help determine whether to charge the teen as an adult or a juvenile.
The teen is accused of shooting his parents, 40-year-old Thomas Crain and 38-year-old Kelly Crain, Dec. 9 in their Golden Gate Estates home.
The teen's grandmother and other family members were in the courtroom Monday.
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