Man in Detroit ex­plo­sive case still not men­tally com­pe­tent

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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. cou­ple aimed for the birth­day with the other chil­dren.

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