Authorities say that a Minneapolis man accused of murdering a Mankato woman last year has demonstrated improvement in his mental activity. 25-year-old Levi Minissale was charged with 1st-degree murder for the stabbing death of his ex-girlfriend Yesenia Gonzalez on June 6th, and it was determined that he is mentally ill and dangerous and he was transferred to the St. Peter Regional Treatment Center. He has now been moved to a lower-control treatment unit at the facility, and officials say that Minissale has demonstrated improvement on several medications. His case is due back in court for review on April 30th.
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