FARMINGTON — A judge has ordered a third mental evaluation for a woman who was arrested twice within a week for stealing from vehicles in two cities.
Marianne Ricks, 53, Clearfield, appeared in 2nd District Court on Monday. She is charged with 11 counts of vehicle burglary, all class A misdemeanors; one third-degree felony possession of a controlled substance; and one count of interfering with an arresting officer, a class B misdemeanor. The charges stem from Syracuse and Clearfield, where police found her entering unlocked vehicles and removing items.
The judge ordered the mental evaluation and set June 12 for a review hearing.
She is being held, on no bail, in Davis County Jail.
Her case was referred to mental health court. Two analysts did mental evaluations on her, with one finding her competent and the other finding her incompetent, which sent the case back to regular court, said Mark Arrington, her public defender.