FDL Man Ruled Not Competent to Stand Trial
A 19-year-old Fond du Lac man charged with attempted homicide for allegedly beating his stepfather and stealing his vehicle has been found not competent to stand trial. Judge Robert Wirtz made the ruling in court today (Thursday). The ruling means Robison is unable to understand the proceedings and/or assist in his own defense. Robison is to be committed for treatment. Robison is accused of attacking his stepfather, Gary Bloedorn, at an apartment in Fond du Lac on January 15th. He then fled the scene in Bloedorn’s vehicle, and was arrested in Sun Prairie. Bloedorn suffered a number of serious injuries – including two broken orbital bones, a broken nose, broken ribs, a ruptured lung and numerous lacerations to his face and head. A portion of his left index finger was also sheared off. Robison was also charged with mayhem, first degree reckless injury, aggravated battery, endangering safety and operating a vehicle without owner’s consent.