Virginia mother ruled fit for trial after evaluation after 2-year-old son found dead in steam plant 07/08/2020 10:45 am PDT Comments WTKR / Hampton Police via WTKR: HAMPTON. Va. (WTKR) -- Julia Tomlin, charged with the murder of her 2-year-old son, is fit to stand trial, a judge ruled Wednesday. The Commonwealth's Attorney said a judge ruled that Tomlin is fit for trial after she underwent a mental competency evaluation. Tomlin was arrested last summer, days after she reported her 2-year-old son Noah missing. His body was found more than a week later inside the Hampton Steam Plant. Tomlin was charged three felony child neglect counts; then in October, murder and unlawful disposal of a body charges were added. A new trial date has not been set. The Commonwealth's Attorney believes the child was tortured, WAVY reports. MORE: Hampton mother accused of murdering son ruled fit for trial after psychiatric evaluation - WTKR Judge rules Julia Tomlin is fit to stand trial in son Noah's death - WAVY #BodyFound #ChildNeglect #Hampton #Murder #Torture #UnlawfulConduct #Update #Virginia #WTKR Related Stories Mother of missing boy charged in toddler's disappearance 14 people testify against mother accused of murdering toddler Police chief gives update on missing toddler Mom indicted on murder charge in death, disposal of 2-year-old son Suspected bloodstains found on furniture, clothing in search for toddler Remains found at steam plant IDed as missing toddler Officers sifted through 2 million pounds of trash to find boy's remains Mom charged with murder in death of 2-year-old son Noah Tomlin Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.