Tuck was previously referred for an evaluation of his mental condition and competency to stand trial. The Court also ordered an evaluation of diminished capacity.
The Court ordered evaluation, performed by Sandra DeMott Phillips, Ph.D, with Cumberland Mental Health concluded, "...severe mental disease or defect did not prevent the defendant from appreciating the nature or wrongfullness of the alleged acts".
Tuck was charged with Attempted Murder and Aggravated Burglary July 14, after allegedly entering the home of his ex-wife Heather Tuck and cutting the throats of his ex-wife and her companion David McCarter.
No change was made during the General Sessions Court hearing in the $510,000 bond set for Tommy Tuck.