A woman accused of drowning her two young sons in a bathtub more than a year ago waived her right to a preliminary hearing Tuesday, a day after a judge found her mentally competent to stand trial.
After being charged in the drowning deaths of two of her sons last year, Laurel Michelle Schlemmer of McCandless has been determined competent to stand trial.
The woman accused of drowning two of her children last week will undergo a mental evaluation.
The 6-year-old boy who has been on life support since police say his mother allegedly held he and his little brother down in a bathtub full of water has died.
A McCandless woman is facing homicide and attempted homicide charges, accused of drowning her 3-year-old son and nearly killing her 6-year-old son.
Whatever was going through the mind of Laurel Michelle Schlemmer, we likely will never know.