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A state psychiatric hospital patient in Cumberland is moving to more secure surroundings after he was ruled incompetent to stand trial for allegedly stabbing a nurse in the head with a metal spike.
An Allegany County prosecutor said Monday that the judge ruled Thursday that 51-year-old Craig Zello is a danger himself or others. So Zello is going to the maximum-security Clifton T. Perkins Hospital in Jessup.
Zello could still be tried for the October attack if he is found competent.
The Hagerstown man was a patient at the Thomas B. Finan Center in Cumberland when he allegedly plunged a 7-inch, galvanized metal spike into the back of a male nurse's head. The victim was treated at a local hospital and released.