Stabbing suspect found incompetent for trial in roommate's death

A Grand Rapids judge ruled that a man charged with stabbing his roommate to death is not competent to stand trial.

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - A judge has ruled that a man charged with stabbing and killing his roommate is not competent to stand trial.  

Isaac Miguel died after the March 10, 2017, stabbing near Hayden Street and Norwich Avenue.

It was one of three stabbings in 12 hours in Grand Rapids.

Wellington Cortorreal, 41, was charged with murder in Miguel's death. Cortorreal will now undergo treatment until he is able to understand the charges against him and assist in his own defense.

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