Nearly three months after his trial was slated to start, the Rockport man accused of a quadruple homicide in Massachusetts is still waiting to undergo a psychiatric evaluation that will determine the course of his case. The trial for Orion Krause was scheduled to begin in April. But in March his attorney entered an insanity plea on behalf of Krause, delaying the trial until prosecutors could find an expert to conduct their own evaluation. Krause is charged with four counts of murder for the Sept.

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