MAYS LANDING, N.J. (AP) — Wednesday's bail hearing has
been postponed for the woman accused of killing two Canadian tourists in
Antoinette Pelzer remains held on $1.5 million bail.
Police say the Philadelphia resident, who has often been homeless, stabbed Po
Lin Wan and her daughter Alice Mei See Leung, both from the Scarborough section
of Toronto, with a 12-inch butcher knife during a mugging in May.
Pelzer laughed, frowned, grimaced and asked repeatedly where her lawyer was
during her first court appearance.
The stabbing took place in the heart of Atlantic City's tourism