Jury selection is set for the trial of a man charged with killing a 92-year-old Waterville, Maine, man.
A jury is expected to be chosen Friday in Knox County Superior Court for the trial of Roland Cummings. Then opening statements are due to be delivered next week.
Cummings was a handyman who'd performed some housework for the victim, 92-year-old Aurele Fecteau.
Police said Fecteau was killed in a robbery. According to court documents, police matched DNA from the turned-out pockets of Fecteau's pants to Cummings.