Second Joliet double murder trial delayed until Tuesday

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The trial of a second suspect in a gruesome double murder in Joliet has been pushed back to Tuesday.

Prosecutors say Joshua Miner strangled Eric Glover and Terrance Rankins at a home in January of 2013.

Police say Miner told them he wanted to scalp Glover and Rankins and wear one of their faces.

The judge in the case ruled Monday that Miner is mentally competent to stand trial.

The judge also said Miner will receive a bench trial.

Three other people were also charged in the plot.

Bethany McKee was convicted of murder last month; she'll be sentenced in October.

Alisa Massaro pled guilty earlier this year; Adam Landerman is still awaiting trial.

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  • Zebra Stripes

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