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Doctor: Former CU-Boulder student accused of taping dog to fridge didn't have 'impaired mental condition'

By Vanessa Miller, Camera staff writer
Posted: 03/03/2010 04:06:22 PM MST

A mental health doctor has found no evidence showing that a former University of Colorado student arrested last year on suspicion of taping her boyfriend’s dog to a fridge had an “impaired mental condition” at the time that would excuse her behavior.

Boulder County District Court Judge Maria Berkenkotter allowed Abby Toll, 20, in December to enter a plea that she suffered from an impaired mental condition but ordered a mental health evaluation before Toll’s case goes to trial April 12.

After reviewing a Colorado Institute of Mental Health doctor’s findings that Toll didn’t have an impaired mental condition, Deputy District Attorney David Cheval filed a motion asking to endorse the doctor as an expert witness at trial.

Toll — who posted a $12,500 bond after her April 14 arrest and now live

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Added: Mar-5-2010 Occurred On: Mar-2-2010
By: gregory_peckory
Tags: shiba inu, Rex, taped to fridge, mental health,
Location: Boulder, Colorado, United States (load item map)
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