PENSACOLA, Fla. -- A federal prosecutor wants a separate mental evaluation of an Indiana financial adviser accused of trying to fake his death in a plane crash after he called a New York tabloid from his Florida jail cell. In court a court filing on Friday, the prosecutor seeks a determination of Marcus Schrenker's mental status when he put his small plane on autopilot and jumped out over Alabama before he was arrested by U.S. Marshals. Schrenker told the New York Post that he doesn't remember flying the plane. A federal judge has already ordered an evaluation to determine Schrenker's competency for trial. Authorities believe he crashed the plane to escape financial ruin.