The man accused of causing a security scare that shut down LaGuardia Airport has been indicted by a grand jury.
The Queens district attorney's office says Scott McGann faces three charges: placing a false bomb; placing a false bomb or hazardous substance in a mass transportation facility and making a terrorist threat.
McGann is accused of carrying a phony bomb into LaGuardia Saturday. If he's found competent, he will be arraigned Aug 18.
David Bookstaver, who is a spokesman for the Office of Court Administration, says McGann was freed seven weeks earlier by a judge who ordered him to get a psychiatric exam. He was released June 11 because "he was not, at the time, a threat."
McGann's lawyer, Sean Parmentar, says it appears he did not get the exam.