David Hall
David Hall (Boulder County Sheriff's Office)

David Michael Hall, who was charged with attempted murder after Boulder police say he stabbed another man near the Boulder bandshell in Central Park in December, is set to undergo an evaluation after his attorney raised an issue of Hall's competency.

Hall, 35, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing today but his attorney, Nelissa Milfeld, filed a motion with Boulder County Judge Norma Sierra at the hearing raising questions about Hall's competency to stand trial.

Hall will now undergo a competency evaluation at the state hospital in Pueblo to see if the case can continue.

He is scheduled for a hearing on April 15 at the Boulder County Jail.

According to police, at 4 p.m. Dec. 21, Hall was pulled off a SKIP bus on Broadway and arrested after investigators say he had been in Central Park just 20 minutes beforehand and had stabbed another man in the lower abdomen.

The victim, Adam Twocrow Clyne, a 33-year-old homeless man, suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries in the incident, and was released from the hospital following surgery.

Hall remains in custody on $500,000 bond.

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