Strange Packages Lead to Stalking Conviction

It took a jury just seven minutes to decide a Kenosha man was guilty of stalking two young women. 55-year-old James Hudson had pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. A jury convicted him of the charges on the evidence presented in the case. Prosecutors had earlier claimed that Hudson was mentally ill, to the extent that he could not be held responsible for his actions. A judge will now decide whether Hudson should be treated in a residential mental health facility, or whether he can be treated as an outpatient. The judge will hold a hearing in January on where Hudson should receive his treatment. Meanwhile, he will remain in Kenosha County Jail where he has been held since November of 2014.


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