A judge decides there’s enough evidence against a Marquette man for him to stand trial for a knife assault.
43-year-old Suranit Imsumran had his preliminary exam late this afternoon.
His next court appearance is a Circuit Court arraignment on April 1st.
The assault is said to have happened February 26th.
Imsumran is accused of breaking into a woman’s apartment on Whetstone Road in Marquette while wearing a mask and brandishing a knife.
The woman fought off her attacker and stabbed him in the process.
NMU Public Safety found Imsumran, and his vehicle, at the Wal-Mart in Marquette Township.
He’s charged with assault with intent to commit murder; 1st-degree home invasion; and criminal sexual conduct – assault with intent to commit sexual penetration.
He’s being held on $2 million bond.