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Murder suspect appears in Mercer County court

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UPDATE: Magistrate Sandra Dorsey found enough probable cause to bring this case to the Grand Jury.  Stick with 59News as we continue to follow this case.
 
To read the original story about the murder of Sherry Matthews click here.
 

One Mercer County man accused of murder will appear in court Wednesday afternoon. 

Steven McDonald is set to have his preliminary hearing in front of magistrate Sandra Dorsey.
McDonald along with Latasha Kanode  are accused of the July murder of Sherry Matthews at her Princeton home. A second victim, Edward Thomas, was wounded.

McDonald and Kanode face charges of first-degree murder, attempted murder, robbery, burglary and conspiracy. 59News reporter Lauren Hensley is in court and will have the latest.