The Quincy man accused in the shooting death of Terry Williams will be examined soon to determine if he is fit to stand trial.
Vincent Carter appeared in court Wednesday afternoon with public defender Holly Henze and was granted a motion for a psychological/fitness examination by Judge Scott H. Walden. A status hearing was set for Feb. 13 to hear the results of that examination.
Carter, 44, is facing a 1st Degree Murder charge after he allegedly shot and killed 53-year-old Terry Williams in a residence at 219 S. 11th Street in Quincy. He remains in custody on a $1 million bond.
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