It's still unclear when the results of Harrouff's blood test will be completed by the FBI. The sheriff's office has said that the results won't change the charges against the teen.
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The results will give more insight into whether Harrouff was under the influence of substances such as bath salts and flakka at the time of the violent, and seemingly random, attacks, authorities said.
Harrouff has not yet made a statement to officials, Snyder said. He likely will be ready to speak to officials later Monday, Snyder said, but that will be up to Harrouff and his attorney.
Snyder said Harrouff likely will need therapy and will be housed in the medical facility of the jail.
"We made it clear to the hospital this is a jail, not a therapeutic place to be," Snyder said.
Mischon's and Stevens' family has expressed frustration with the delay in moving Harrouff to jail, Snyder said.