A McLean County man, accused of stabbing two people, could soon go to trial.
The Pantagraph reports that the trial of 47-year-old Arthur Corry could begin in April, once DNA test results are finalized.
Corry allegedly stabbed two people in Saybrook back in September of 2016.
Both of the victim's survived.
A motive behind the attack is not known.
Corry faces two counts of attempted murder and home invasion, along with aggravated battery charges, and violating an order of protection.