A homeless Seattle man charged in connection with a 1976 slaying in Maine is scheduled to go on trial next year.
A Kennebec County Superior Court judge last week said Gary Raub will go on trial in late May or early June.
The 65-year-old Raub was arrested in Seattle in 2012 in connection with the stabbing death of Blanche Kimball in her Augusta home. Raub at one time rented a room from Kimball but denied involvement in her death at the time and has pleaded not guilty.
Maine police developed a DNA profile from blood found in Kimball's kitchen and matched it to Raub by asking him to participate in a chewing gum survey.
The Kennebec Journal reports that Raub's lawyers want to present an alternate suspect theory at trial.