The man who was arrested and charged with attempted murder and kidnapping after an incident near Rock last year has been ordered to have a psychological evaluation. The order calls for Marty Anderson to have the exam completed within 60 days of his admission to Larned State Hospital, however it can be performed in person at the state hospital or at the county jail via Skype. A jury trial that had been scheduled for Anderson earlier this year, was postponed until after the exam takes place. If Anderson is found competent to stand trial, he will be returned to Cowley County and the proceedings will resume. If he is found to be incompetent, he will be committed for evaluation and treatment for no more than 90 days, after which a determination will be made as to whether Anderson has a substantial probability of attaining competency to stand trial in the foreseeable future. Anderson was charged with attempted second degree murder and kidnapping… and other crimes… in connection with the shooting of his wife and then holding her and his two stepdaughters hostage near Rock last November. He also faces a string of sex related charges in connection with events that are said to have taken place during that hostage situation and for previous incidents. Anderson for now, is being held in the Cowley County Jail on $500,000 bond.