William Thomas Dominguez, 31 was in 2nd District Court on Tuesday. Oct. 15, where two mental health reports were submitted that concur Dominguez is competent to stand trial, according to Bill Albright, a public defender.
Dominguez allegedly went to his brother’s house in Clinton to talk to him about a family matter early on the morning of June 10, but another man came out to talk with him instead, police said at the time.
Dominguez then allegedly grabbed the man and slit his throat. When paramedics arrived, the victim refused treatment.
Dominquez was arrested at the scene.
He entered not guilty pleas to one count of attempted murder, and two misdemeanor counts of resisting arrest and possession of a dangerous weapon.
He is being held in the Davis County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bond.