Adam Boggie murder case update

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COLLBRAN, Colo. — A man accused of murdering his neighbor in Collbran, Colorado refuses to be transported to court Wednesday morning. He also got an extended stay at a mental health hospital on Wednesday.

Adam Boggie has been committed to the custody of the Colorado Department of Human Services.

Colorado DHS has been granted extended time to evaluate and treat Boggie until February 5th of 2020.

This evaluation comes after Mesa County Chief Judge Brian Flynn made a finding of incompetency on Boggie.

Despite being committed until February, his case is set to come back on December 18th.

Boggie is accused of shooting and killing his neighbor, Janice brown, in January of 2019.

Before his time in the Collbran trailer community, Boggie is said to have believed he was being pursued by foreign governments as well as being spied on by the CIA.

He’s said to have passed out “odd notes” to people in his trailer community and was concerned about Janice Brown because she gave him a book mentioning the CIA.

On the night of the murder, Boggie ate dinner at Brown’s home, allegedly leading him to believe the food was poisoned because of its sour taste.

Authorities say on the 3rd and final occasion, Boggie went into Brown’s home on January 5th, he’s alleged to have killed her with a shotgun.

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