ADAMS, WI (WTAQ) - A former Marine from central Wisconsin is now claimsing he was insane when he allegedly killed his girlfriend in March.
28-year-old Coleman Dybul of Adams changed his plea from innocent to innocent-by-insanity in the shooting death of 27-year-old Toni Voss.
Visiting judge Guy Dutcher ordered a psychiatric exam for Dybul, and the results will be reviewed at a court hearing on August sixth.
According to prosecutors, Dybul mistook Voss for an intruder when he woke up during the night, grabbed his gun, and shot her.
Dybul is a former Marine who served in Afghanistan.
He told officers that to him, the incident was like he was still in the Middle East – where he either had to kill, or be killed.
Dybul is charged with reckless homicide