Aron to go to Md. hospital for 60-day evaluation

September 04, 1997

ROCKVILLE -- Ruthann Aron, the former U.S. Senate candidate charged with soliciting the murders of her husband and a lawyer, will be moved from a Montgomery County hospital to a state mental health center for a 60-day evaluation by state doctors.

On Tuesday, a county circuit judge rejected a request by Aron's lawyer that she be evaluated as an outpatient and allowed to live with a friend.

Aron, 54, has entered an insanity plea on charges she tried to hire a hit man to kill Dr. Barry Aron and Arthur G. Kahn. She will be moved to the Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center for evaluation before her trial Oct. 27.

Pub Date: 9/04/97

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