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Man who allegedly attacked mom admitted to state hospital
“The indictments in this case came as a result of the defendant’s brutal assault on his own mother, who was in a position of authorizing treatment for him at the time,” a ruling by Colburn said. “The attack came without any real warning, as the defendant held a generally positive regard for her at the time.”
Dr. Daniel Comiskey, chief forensic examiner for the New Hampshire Department of Corrections, said Foden suffered from schizophrenia, even when medicated, according to court records.
Previous treatment had not been adequate, according to Comiskey’s report, stating it did little to improve Foden’s mental health.
Foden has a history of arrests. In 1994 he was convicted of possession of a controlled drug, and in 1997 he was convicted of simple assault and resisting arrest.
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