Man accused of slashing throat of bicyclist to be tried on the charges
A man accused of slashing the throat of a bicyclist will be tried on the charges.
District Judge Oscar Petite on Monday ordered Anthony Scholl, 22, of West Homestead to stand trial on charges of aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person.
Pittsburgh police charged Scholl with chasing and attacking bicyclist Colin Albright on city steps near Josephine Street in the South side on Sept. 5.
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