(WHAS11) -- A second mental health expert has said suspected serial killer William Clyde Gibson is competent to stand trial.
The latest report comes from a psychologist who agrees with a psychiatrist that Gibson is able to stand trial.
Gibson will be tried separately for the deaths of Christine Whitis, Karen Hodella and Stephanie Kirk.
A final decision from the judge regarding the competency of Gibson is likely to happen in October. Gibson will be back in court Friday for a pre-trial hearing.