Man in Detroit explosive case still not mentally competent
MARQUETTE | A judge has ruled that a Michigan man who authorities say placed an explosive outside a federal building in Detroit last year is still not mentally competent to face the charges.
The Mining Journal of Marquette reports that U.S. Magistrate Judge Timothy Greeley made the determination Tuesday in the case of Gary Mikulich. Judge Greeley made a similar determination in August. Mr. Mikulich, 44, is in custody for treatment to try to improve his mental health.
An email seeking comment was sent Thursday to an attorney for Mr. Mikulich.
Mr. Mikulich, of Kingsford, is charged with leaving a metal box containing explosive components outside the McNamara Federal Building on Feb. 26, 2011. After his arrest, his family said he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia 18 years ago and often refuses to take medication.
Police: Woman gave illegal buttocks-enhancing injections
PHILADELPHIA | Police arrested a Philadelphia woman they say gave illegal buttocks-enhancing injections, and investigators are examining her possible connection to the death of a foreign tourist in a similar case last year.
Authorities say Padge Victoria Windslowe faces charges including aggravated assault and deceptive practices following her arrest Wednesday night.
Police say Ms. Windslowe was taken into custody as she prepared to host a “pumping party” where she would illegally inject clients.
Lt. John Walker says one of Ms. Windslowe’s clients had been sickened by the injection she received Feb. 19. Ms. Windslowe declined to comment as police escorted her to a waiting cruiser.
Woman gives birth to third Leap Day baby
PROVO | A Utah woman has tied a record after she gave birth on a third consecutive Leap Day.