Case of man charged in straight razor attack heads to grand jury

JACKSON, Tenn.- The case of a man charged in a straight razor attack is headed to the grand jury after the suspect waived his rights to preliminary hearing, Thursday. Earlier this month, police said Robert Hunt reportedly confronted a man as he was leaving the restroom, shoved him, then sliced him across his left ear with a razor. Hunt provided the weapon to police after admitting he had been in a fight with the victim. His bond is still set at $25,000.

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