The trial of Radee Prince, the man accused of killing three at an Edgewood workplace in October 2017, has been postponed until September, according to court records.
Prince, 39, of Elkton, had been ordered in January to undergo further psychological evaluations to determine if he is competent to stand trial. That delayed the start of his trial on three counts of first-degree murder, two counts of attempted first-degree murder, use of a felony in a violent crime and illegal possession of a regulated firearm in Harford County Circuit Court.
The trial, before Judge Yolanda Curtin, had been scheduled to start today.
According to a filing in court Monday, a motions hearing is...