Hearing continued: Allegedly murder-minded Crozet mom still jailed
A preliminary hearing for Theresa Brady, the Crozet woman accused of attempting to kill her husband by injecting him with insulin, scheduled for Monday, October 15, has been continued again.
Brady was arrested August 21 after James Brady, a captain with Albemarle Fire and Rescue, allegedly awoke from feeling a prick to his abdomen. A search warrant affidavit indicated that he told police he then saw two syringes fall from his wife's shorts, an incident that followed a week in which he reported feeling violently ill and vomiting uncontrollably for six days.
The 33-year-old mother of two has been held in Albemarle Charlottesville Regional Jail since her arrest. She's charged with attempted murder and a misdemeanor charge for allegedly hanging up the phone when her husband attempted to call 911.
Hearing dates had previously been set for September 17 and October 11. Her preliminary hearing is now slated, according to court records, for November 5.