A case against a former Butler County woman charged with murder can’t move forward until a ruling is made about her competency.
Prosecutors in the case against Kimberly Kessler say they’re ready to prosecute, however the presiding judge says a final ruling needs to be made about whether or not Kessler is fit to stand trial.
Reports say that Kessler has met with multiple psychologists to determine her competency.
Kessler is accused of killing her former co-worker, 34-year-old Joleen Cummings in Jacksonville, Florida back in 2018.
According to police, Kessler has lived in 33 cities across the country since 1996, and has used a variety of different names.