Ellis Millet, 40, has been ordered by the judicial system of the State of Louisiana an Extended Commitment in the Psychiatric Ward at Hathian General Hospital for a six month period. Millet was recently convicted for two counts of murder in the first degree amidst an alleged feud with a local family. The ruling was based on the following criteria upheld by the state of Louisiana:
“LA. REV. STAT. ANN. § 28:2(3). “Dangerous to others” means the condition of a person whose behavior or significant threats support a reasonable expectation that there is a substantial risk that he will inflict physical harm upon another person in the near future.
LA. REV. STAT. ANN. § 28:2(4). “Dangerous to self” means the condition of a person whose behavior, significant threats or inaction supports a reasonable expectation that there is a substantial risk that he will inflict physical or severe emotional harm upon his own person.”
It was determined that Millet met said criteria and has been moved from the Hathian Police Department, where he was serving his sentence, to the psychiatric Ward at HGH. After six months, if Millet is not deemed fit by psychiatrists to be released, another court hearing would commence where a judge would decide if more inpatient treatment would be required.
((OOC: Visitation will be permitted during the 3 week RL [for the 6 month IC stay] period Ellis will be in there. Just be aware that no weapons are allowed and there are cameras and guards.))