• Homeless man to trial in stabbing over $5 bill

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    BUTLER, Pa. (AP) (AP)ong> - A 53-year-old homeless man has been ordered to stand trial on attempted homicide and other charges after he allegedly stabbed another homeless man in a dispute over a $5 bill.

    Scott Fosnaught was charged by police in Butler after they said he sliced a 10-inch wound into the victim, Mark Graham, during an altercation on May 13.

    Police charged Fosnaught with aggravated assault and added the attempted homicide charged at a preliminary hearing Monday, where a district judge ordered him to stand trial.

    Fosnaught remains in the Butler County Jail.

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