An examination of the man accused of shooting and injuring seven people in a La Crosse drive-by reached no conclusion about whether he’s fit to go on trial.
A La Crosse judge scheduled a Nov. 7 competency hearing on whether Deandrew Grant can be tried for attempted murder and other charges.
Grant allegedly was attacked during a fight on 3rd Street last June.
City police said he left the scene, only to drive back minutes later, firing shots from behind the wheel at people who were standing where the fight had occurred.
The late-night mass shooting happened on a weekend when the state Republican Party was holding its annual convention downtown at the La Crosse Center.
Grant had been without a lawyer. Hundreds of contacts had been made to find him one. Judge Elliott Levine finally appointed him a layer Monday.