BOULDER, Colo. –
A 62-year-old woman accused of killing beloved Louisville resident John Breaux in a Jan. 30 roadside accident appeared briefly in Boulder County court Monday morning for a status update on her criminally negligent homicide charge.
A defense attorney for Mary Jo Anne Thomas said they need more time to discuss how to move forward with the case, and Judge Care Hoye Enichen ordered Thomas to return for another status update May 8.
Enichen told Thomas on Monday that she hopes “things get better for you.”
Thomas, who a friend said suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, broke down during a hearing earlier this month and said, “I put so many people through so much.”
Her attorney told Enichen, at that time, that Thomas suffers from a “mental defect” that affects her ability to fully grasp what’s happening around her.
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