GULFPORT -- The preliminary hearing of a mother accused of stabbing her 3-year-old son has been delayed while she tries to find a private attorney.
Nomatter Gava-Hudson, 26, was set for a hearing Wednesday at the Harrison County jail. She is held on a $1 million bond on an attempted murder charge.
Her hearing will be re-set for Nov. 4 or later, Harrison County prosecuting attorney Herman Cox said.
Gava-Hudson is a native of Zimbabwe and a Biloxi resident.
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Gulfport police arrested her Oct. 6 after a good Samaritan at Jones Park heard a man screaming that his wife had just stabbed their child. The boy was taken to a Mobile hospital. He had reportedly was cut or stabbed three times.
A detective's criminal complaint said the woman told police she had planned to kill her child and then herself.
Gava-Hudson also is held for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.