Homicide

Michigan woman accused of slashing son's throat, fatally beating granddaughter unfit for trial

This undated booking photo provided by the the Oakland County Sheriffs Office shows Sylvia Majewska. Majewska is charged with first-degree murder in the Nov. 23, 2014, killings at her home in Oakland County's Addison Township, 45 miles north of Detroit. A judge in Rochester Hills put proceedings on hold Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015, after a psychiatrist said Majewska is incompetent to stand trial. (AP Photo/Oakland County Sheriffs Office via Detroit Free Press)

This undated booking photo provided by the the Oakland County Sheriffs Office shows Sylvia Majewska. Majewska is charged with first-degree murder in the Nov. 23, 2014, killings at her home in Oakland County's Addison Township, 45 miles north of Detroit. A judge in Rochester Hills put proceedings on hold Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015, after a psychiatrist said Majewska is incompetent to stand trial. (AP Photo/Oakland County Sheriffs Office via Detroit Free Press)  (The Associated Press)

A Michigan judge says a 65-year-old woman accused of slashing the throat of her disabled son and fatally beating her 7-month-old granddaughter has been found unfit for trial.

Sylvia Majewska is charged with first-degree murder in the Nov. 23 killings at her home in Oakland County's Addison Township, 45 miles north of Detroit.

A judge in Rochester Hills put proceedings on hold Thursday after a psychiatrist said Majewska is incompetent to stand trial. She'll undergo a second exam before a May competency hearing.

Authorities say Majewska slashed 29-year-old Daryne Gailey with a box cutter, then killed his daughter, Charley Hendrick, with blows to the head. They say Majewska then tried to kill herself by slashing her arms.

Gailey had a developmental disability and required supervision during visitation with his daughter.