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Expert declares man incompetent for attempted murder trial
Mohammad Salimullah, 37, of 18 E. Pearl St., Apt. 4, has been indicted on a charge of attempted murder in the Aug. 12, 2013, attack on his wife, Shamshidah Sultan, at their Nashua residence.
However, Michele Battaglia of the Hillsborough County Attorney’s Office requested that a second evaluation be done as Salimullah allegedly made no effort to participate in the initial evaluation.
Meanwhile, Salimullah is being detained on $250,000 cash only bail, and the competency hearing has been moved to June 12, say court records.
The woman’s neck wound required about 20 stitches to close, according to court records.
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