An Iola man that is accused of a 2021 mass shooting has had his day in court postponed after being deemed temporarily unfit to stand trial.
30-year-old Larry Winston Bollin is accused of fatally shooting 40-year-old Timothy Smith at Kent Moore Cabinets in Bryan, and injuring several other people.
He has been charged with murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and multiple counts of attempted capital murder.
Bollin was scheduled for a jury trial next week. However, the trial was postponed after examinations by multiple psychologists deemed him temporarily unfit.
The psychological testing had been ordered back in July 2022. Attorneys on both sides agreed to an order of incompetency.
Bollin is going to remain in custody while awaiting a treatment bed in a state hospital. The hope is that he can eventually be restored to competency in order to stand trial.
Bollin is also facing charges in Grimes County. He is accused of shooting DPS Trooper Juan Rojas Tovar, who was trying to arrest him in connection with the Kent Moore Cabinet shooting.
He is charged there with Attempted Capital Murder of a Law Enforcement Officer, and Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant.
Grimes County also has their own set of competency issues that will need to be resolved there too.