Adacia Chambers faces four counts of second-degree murder and 46 counts of assault

By Tara Fowler
December 11, 2015 11:15 AM
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Adacia Chambers, the woman accused of plowing her car into a crowd at Oklahoma State University’s homecoming parade in October, has been found competent to stand trial, PEOPLE confirms.

A Payne County, Oklahoma, judge issued the ruling Thursday after receiving a report on her competency from the Oklahoma Forensic Center, a county court spokeswoman tells PEOPLE.

Chambers, 25, allegedly drove a 2014 Hyundai Elantra into an unmanned police motorcycle before crashing into a throng of spectators. She faces 46 charges of assault and four for murder.

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There was initial speculation that she may have been intoxicated, but a brief filed with the court last month states that Chambers had a blood alcohol content (B.A.C.) level of 0.01-percent on the day of the crash.

Chambers’ attorney, Tony Coleman, has said that his client “suffers from a mental illness.” Chambers herself told police that she was battling depression and felt suicidal at the time of the crash.

Coleman said Thursday that he reserves the right to revisit the question of Chambers’ competency at a later time, according to The Oklahoman.

Chambers has not yet entered a plea to the charges against her.