The man who was banned from College property last year after attempting to lure a Rider University student into his car has been deemed mentally fit to stand trial, a judge announced Thursday.
Tony Kadyhrob, 68, was also offered the chance to plead guilty to attempted kidnapping, The Times of Trenton reported. Kadyhrob will receive a prison sentence of 10 years if he agrees to the terms of the arrangement. He will then become eligible for parole after serving at least eight years of the sentence.
Kadyhrob’s attorney said her client will have an answer for the court in December, Casey DeBlasio, spokesperson for the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office, confirmed.
Although Kadyhrob was deemed fit to stand trial, his sister has claimed he has suffered from paranoid schizophrenia for nearly 40 years, The Times reports.