Case adjourned for man accused in deadly machete attack on Hasidic Jews
The case of a man accused in a deadly machete attack on Hasidic Jews four years ago has been adjourned.
The attack left four people hurt and one person died months later.
Grafton Thomas was confined to a mental health facility in April after a judge found him incompetent for trial.
Thomas also faces federal charges.
He is expected back in court on Jan.17.