Man accused of dismembering wife's body found competent for trial 07/03/2018 11:38 am PDT Comments WDAF via WDAF OLATHE, Kan. -- (WDAF) -- A man arrested at a Lenexa storage unit with two of his children and his dismembered wife's remains has been found competent to stand trial. In February, a judge ruled Justin Rey incompetent to stand trial and ordered that he go to Larned State Hospital for 90 days to get treatment. After undergoing a mental health evaluation, the new ruling was made Monday during Rey's hearing in Johnson County, Kansas, where he's charged with child endangerment. He isn't charged in his wife's killing. Rey said she died after giving birth in October in a Kansas City hotel room. According to court records, police believe Rey's children were in the hotel room as he dismembered and disposed of their mother's body. Jessica Rey's body was found inside a cooler at a Lenexa storage facility on Oct. 24. He was arrested at that storage facility with the newborn and the couple's toddler. He was preparing to catch a train. FULL STORY: Man accused of dismembering wife's body found competent for trial - WDAF #Kansas #WDAF Related Stories Man accused of dismembering wife asks for charges to be dismissed Family identifies victim found in storage unit as suspect's wife Man charged with dismembering wife's body in front of 2 kids Man charged with dismembering wife sent to hospital for mental evaluation Man arrested for sleeping in storage unit with his babies Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.