A man accused of killing four family members who also is reportedly obsessed with actress Selena Gomez is not competent to face trial, his public defender says.
Daniel Livingston Green, 40, is charged with four counts of first-degree murder in Oklahoma County District Court.
He was arrested August 15, 2013, after police found four family members — mother Sallie Green, 57; Rebecca Cizek, 34; Katherine Cizek, 16; and Amario Dominguez III, an infant — dead from gunshot wounds inside the family's home at 4601 SE 79, Oklahoma City.
“Mr. Green has a long and documented mental health history over the past 19 years with a diagnosis of schizophrenia,” his attorney, Gina Walker, wrote in court documents.
“Mr. Green has presented counsel with a delusional belief system regarding Mr. Green's past, present and future life/lives,” Green wrote in a document.
Numerous posts on Green's Facebook page were dedicated to former Disney star Gomez with personal and often sexually explicit messages.
Green told police he had to get away from his family members because they were stopping him from being with his one true love, a probable cause affidavit states.
A judge ordered a hearing Feb. 5 to determine whether Green can understand the nature of the charges against him and whether he can assist attorneys preparing his defense.
Also at question is whether Green would be dangerous if released.
A judge will determine if Green will be tried or will be placed in a mental health facility until he is competent for trial.
Green's mother, grandfather and uncle also were diagnosed as schizophrenic, according to court records.
Green remains without bail on the mental health floor of the Oklahoma County jail.