A man suspected of driving a car into a controversial Ten Commandments monument outside the Oklahoma state Capitol is under mental evaluation, according to the Highway Patrol.
“Investigators will continue to look into the case and coordinate with the Oklahoma County District Attorney on Monday, for any possible criminal charges,” according to a news release from OHP Capt. George Brown.
Brown did not immediately return a phone call for additional comment on Saturday.
CBS affiliate KWTV in Oklahoma City reports that officials identified the suspect as 29-year-old Michael Tate Reed Jr. from Roland.
The suspect was taken to a mental health facility in Oklahoma County, Brown said in the release.
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