The Day reports (http://bit.ly/2rXYyFK) 30-year-old James Armstrong will head back to a state forensic hospital for three months of treatment. A report released as part of evidence Tuesday shows Armstrong has been diagnosed with schizophrenia.Related Content: Man accused in cousin’s death found not competent for trial
Authorities say Armstrong shot and killed his 31-year-old cousin, Sebastian Sidberry, outside of the man’s North Stonington home in April 2017. Both are members of the Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation, and officials say Armstrong believed his cousin was spreading AIDS throughout the tribe.
Blood tests taken after Sidberry’s death show the man was not HIV positive.Related Content: Police arrest suspect in North Stonington homicide
Armstrong said during his court hearing Tuesday that he “ended the life” of Sidberry in self-defense.