EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)Letecia Stauch, the Colorado Springs woman accused of murdering her 11-year-old stepson Gannon, is scheduled for a court hearing next week, but her attorneys have asked a judge to move it to a later date. That’s because they claim it will allow stauch to get a second competency hearing. They say there have been issues getting doctors to visit her in-person because of a COVID-19 outbreak at the El Paso County Jail where she is being held.

Letecia Stauch

Letecia Stauch (credit: El Paso County)

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A judge has not made a decision yet.

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Gannon Stauch

Gannon Stauch (credit: El Paso County)

Gannon was reported missing in January and his remains were found in Florida in March. In September, a judge found Stauch competent to stand trial after a first mental evaluation was conducted at the Colorado State Mental Health Institute in Pueblo. That came after investigators accused her of plotting to escape from the jail.

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Letecia Stauch faces a charge of first-degree murder with intent and deliberation, plus eight other “crime of violence” sentencing enhancer charges.