UTICA, N.Y. – The Utica man accused of killing his grandmother and elderly landlord last year appeared in court Wednesday, where his case was adjourned for the sixth time while defense reviews psychiatric reports.
Naythen Aubain is charged with first-degree murder in the deaths of his 90-year-old grandmother, Katherine Aubain, and their 87-year-old landlord, Jane Wentka.
Aubain allegedly murdered and dismembered both women in January of 2019.
He pleaded not guilty to all charges in March of 2019.
He was found fit to stand trial in October, but defense attorneys have been requesting more time to review psychiatric reports since then.
The defense was again granted more time to review the reports during Wednesday’s court appearance.
The case is adjourned to April 22.