19-year-old to face jury trial on murder, robbery charges

19-year-old San Francisco resident Eric Uc-Cahun, who is accused of robbing a man in Daly City and slicing open his stomach with a box cutter, will face a jury trial Monday.

Uc-Cahun, who is in custody on $500,000 bail, faces life in prison if convicted on attempted murder and robbery charges.

Prosecutors later filed charges of intimidating a witness against Uc-Cahun after he allegedly told gang members to kill a witness.

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