Camp was back in court Monday for a reevaluation, where based on an updated evaluation and Oster found her competent. Camp is scheduled to be in court Oct. 25 when a trial date may be set.
McDonald, 73, was found on the ground bleeding from the head and unresponsive in the rear of 127 Ludlow St. during the morning hours. He was taken to an area hospital and died on Nov. 11.
In a 911 call, Camp identified herself to dispatchers and asked for help because she said a man named Don was threatening her.
“He just came up and was getting in my face, screaming his (expletive) at me and saying he is going to beat the (expletive) out of me and pointing,” Camp said.
Then sounds of a commotion and screaming break out on the call.
“Now he has got a baseball bat,” Camp told dispatchers. “He’s beating me with it.”
Camp said she was hit on the arm and requested an ambulance. Then walking or running is heard and heavy breathing is heard on the 911 call.
Officers arrived and found Camp holding a baseball bat, according to the report. When officers exited the cruiser, Camp said she “knocked him out.” She then told police McDonald was out back.