Photo: John L. Wilson (left) has been charged with the murder of 14-year-old Kelli O'Laughlin of Indian Head Park - Wilson was texting the victim's mother after murdering little Kelli and taunting her.
A Chicago man accused of killing an Indian Head Park teenager in her home will be evaluated to see if he’s fit to stand trial, a Cook County judge ordered Tuesday after questioning the man with mixed results. John L. Wilson Jr. will undergo a psychiatric evaluation to test his fitness, Judge John J. Hynes said. Wilson’s attorney, John P. Carroll did not object. Wilson is scheduled to return to court April 23. He is charged with murder, armed robbery, residential burglary, home invasion and aggravated unlawful restraint. Prosecutors said he was on parole when he fatally stabbed Kelli O’Laughlin in her home on Oct. 27.
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