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Mental evaluation ordered for sex crimes suspect

Kirt Linck/Credit: Brown Co Sheriff's Office

(KNZA)--A competency evaluation has been ordered for a Robinson man facing multiple child sex charges.

A Brown County judge on Monday granted a motion by the attorney for Kirt Allen Linck for the evaluation, which will be conducted by KANZA Mental Health.

The case has been placed on hold pending the outcome of the evaluation.

A criminal complaint was filed May 29 charging Linck with three counts of aggravated indecent liberties with a child following an investigation by the Horton Police Department.

Brown County Attorney Kevin Hill says the alleged victims are two children, both born in 2015.

Linck also faces a charge of criminal threat in a separate case.



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