FOX 5 intruder found incompetent to stand trial

Accused FOX 5 DC intruder George Odemns has been found incompetent to stand trial, after appearing in a D.C. court on Tuesday.

The 38-year-old faces charges after kicking in the glass doors to FOX 5 WTTG's Northwest D.C. building in October.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Michael O'Keefe on Tuesday morning ordered Odemns be sent to Saint Elizabeth's hospital for treatment and evaluation.

Odemns reportedly forced his way inside before being shot by an armed guard in the television station's lobby. He was ordered to remain jailed without bond until trial on Nov. 14.

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The initial charge was burglary in the second-degree, as well as a stalking charge.

The judge said he considers Odemns to be a danger to the community, FOX 5 specifically and to himself.

Federal prosecutor Silvia Gonzales Roman says Odemns suffers from schizophrenia, has mood swings, hears three different voices, suffers from paranoid thoughts and delusional beliefs.

Odemns' defense team says the medications he has been taking at the jail are not helping.

Odemns had sued the station in 2014 for $100 billion, saying they had installed a nanochip inside him.

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According to the lawsuit launched by Odemns, he worked on a number of the stations shows in a variety of capacities "with the aid of" the "illegal nanochip."

He is due to appear in court on Feb. 14.

Odemns' father was the only outside person in the courtroom to support him.