A psychiatrist sent the evaluation to Pulaski County Judge Barry Sims last week.
The 18-page analysis says Allen understands the murder and attempted murder charges he faces, but not the terroristic
threatening and fleeing charges. Investigators said Allen ran into
Back in August, a judge ruled allen was mentally unable to stand trial.
The victims' families hope this latest evaluation will lead to a conviction.
"We're living in this moment and this fear, the fear that he will get off on a mental defect and I know we wouldn't live comfortably knowing he was not," Ashley Bowmaster said.
Despite the report by the psychiatrist, it will be left up to the court to pursue a trial or not.