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Grand jury indicts man accused of trying to kill business partner

David Silverman David Silverman

By Minna Sugimoto - bio | email

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - An Oahu grand jury on Tuesday determined there's enough evidence to send a man to trial for allegedly trying to kill his business partner.

The panel indicted David Silverman, 41, on attempted murder, arson, criminal property damage, and terroristic threatening charges.

He's accused of stabbing David Davis, 52, in his home on Third Street in Pearl City, and then setting the place on fire. The victim managed to jump out of a window, but still suffered serious burns.

Silverman remains in custody, unable to post $500,000 bail.

More about this story on HawaiiNewsNow.com:

Oahu man charged with attempted murder and arson pleads not guilty

Stabbing, burn victim's landlord returns to charred home to begin cleanup

Police arrest suspect in attempted murder case

Police: Suspect stabbed man and then set house on fire

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