A Rhinelander teen accused of attacking family members with a knife will have his trial move forward.
Sixteen year old Michael Thimm is being tried in adult court. According to court records, he is facing charges of attempted 1st degree intentional homicide, recklessly endangering safety, and disorderly conduct.
The teen was arrested back in December after allegedly going after his mother and her boyfriend with a knife. One of the victims was injured in the incident.
Thimm’s defense attorney is trying to get the case moved back into juvenile court. Because of the severity of the charges, it was automatically waived to adult court.
A bond hearing has been set up for next week; the next hearing is scheduled for May 23.