The case against a Belleville woman charged in a violent attack in 2015 is headed to trial next year.
Twenty-seven-year-old Tara Arsenault was charged with aggravated assault in November 2015 after city police were called to a North Front establishment in response to a man suffering from a stab wound.
The victim was transported to Kingston General Hospital for treatment.
Arsenault’s trial will begin in Belleville Superior Court on February 26, 2017.
Meanwhile, in a separate case, a Prince Edward County man found guilty of stealing guns at a home on Big Island will be sentenced next week in Picton court.
On February 9, 47-year-old Richard Caird pleaded guilty to possession of property obtained by crime, unlawfully in a dwelling, and criminal harassment.
The charges stem from a 2016 joint police investigation that led officers to two residences on the Tyendinaga Territory where four stolen long guns were seized.
Caird will be sentenced on Wednesday March 8.
Two other men were charged in the incident. Forty-two-year-old Tyson Chernuck and 30-year-old Evan Piirainen will also appear in court the same day.
Chernuck is headed to pre-trial on the charges of possession of property obtained by crime and knowledge of unauthorized possession of a firearm.
Piirainen will be speaking to his charges that consist of three counts of possession of a firearm contrary to a prohibition order.