VANCOUVER -- The woman who allegedly shot a Vancouver Veterans Affairs worker twice in the chest this past February was deemed competent to stand trial Thursday.
Deborah Lennon, 46, was accused of shooting 45-year-old Allen Bricker after stalking him on February 5.
Lennon was charged with attempted murder.
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On Thursday morning, she pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. Despite her plea, Lennon was deemed competent to stand trial.
Her trial date has been set for July 14.