A U.S. Army veteran accused of jumping the White House fence and racing into the executive mansion in September has been found competent to stand trial.
Omar J. Gonzalez, who served in Iraq, was indicted Sept. 30 and again on Oct. 16. on multiple charges, including federal counts, the Washington Post reports. A judge had ordered a mental health evaluation for him in October.
Gonzalez is accused of climbing the north fence at the White House on Sept. 19 and dashing into the mansion, where he ran through several rooms before being apprehended by the Secret Service. Authorities found a folding knife in his pocket, as well as a machete, two hatchets and hundreds of rounds of ammunition in his car.