9:50 AM EST, February 23, 2013
IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (AP) — A 74-year-old man charged with stabbing a sheriff's deputy in the back at an Upper Peninsula ski jump tournament has been ordered to undergo a competency evaluation.
Andrew Michael Bray appeared in Dickinson County District Court on Friday.
The Norway resident faces a charge of assault with intent to murder.
Authorities say Bray attacked a sheriff's deputy during the Continental Cup Ski Jumping Tournament at Pine Mountain on Feb. 10. The resort is in Breitung Township, near Iron Mountain.
The injured deputy was treated at the scene.
Bray is being held on $1 million bond.
Defense lawyer Dan Jaspen says his client's history "indicates a long-standing treatment for psychiatric issues."
The next hearing date hasn't been scheduled.