ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — An Ann Arbor-area man accused of killing a competitive billiards player and dumping her body in an Indiana pond will undergo a psychiatric exam.
Greg Noack was due in court Thursday for a hearing to determine if there's probable cause to send him to trial for murder. But the case is on hold until at least Aug. 30 while experts consider his mental competency.
The body of Dawn Fital of Washtenaw County's Pittsfield Township was found in a suitcase in a Hobart, Ind., pond on June 16. Noack was her boyfriend, and they both worked at a Walmart store.
The 45-year-old Fital played in many billiards tournaments and won $600 in Las Vegas just days before she died.