Crime

August 9, 2014 6:49 PM

Young man’s mental illness keeps murder case on hold for more than a decade

The fiance of Karyn Freeze was shot to death March 13, 2004, in Fort Scott, Kan. But her son, 27-year-old Kohlby Freeze, has yet to stand trial for murder. Along with his family and the family of his alleged victim, the mentally ill man is stuck in limbo as he cycles between jail and the state mental hospital.

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