The Norway man accused of stabbing a sheriff's deputy at the Pine Mountain Ski Jumps in February had a motion hearing on Monday.
The motion for 75-year-old Andrew Bray to quash his binding over to circuit court included arguments from the defense that evidence is not sufficient to support the intent to murder charge that Bray faces. Prosecution stated that Bray told authorities after the incident that he had homicidal thoughts and was thinking about harming an officer.
The judge denied the motion saying there is sufficient evidence to proceed with trial. That five-day trial is set to begin on January 13.