WYOMING, Mich. — A judge has ordered a competency exam for the man accused of stabbing two people at a Meijer store in Wyoming.
The double stabbing happened last month at the Meijer store on 54th Avenue and Clyde Park.
Court documents state that 57-year-old James Ivy walked into the store and stabbed two people. A 74-year-old and a 19-year-old were both injured in the stabbing. The 74-year-old suffered a punctured lung and the 19-year-old sustained injuries in the back and forearm.
Wednesday at a probable cause conference, a judge ordered Ivy to undergo a competency exam to determine if he understands the charges against him.
Ivy is facing the following charges:
- Two counts of assault with intent to murder.
- One count for illegally carrying a dangerous weapon.
- One count for being a habitual offender (fourth offense).
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