Fife man accused of attempted murder in knife attack
A 49-year-old Fife man has appeared in court accused of stabbing two men and attempting to kill one of them.
It is alleged that two men were stabbed in the neck by Paul McLean on Saturday.
McLean, of Martin Crescent, Ballingry, appeared on petition at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
It is alleged that on 25th August at Martin Crescent, he assaulted a man by stabbing him on the neck to his injury.
It is also alleged that he assaulted a second man by repeatedly stabbing him on his neck and body to his severe injury, to the danger of his life and attempted to murder him.
McLean made no plea, was committed for further examination and remanded in custody.