NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Arraignments have been pushed back for the man accused of trying to kill a good Samaritan and the woman who reportedly helped him hide from police.
Euric Cain, 21, faces multiple rape, attempted murder, armed robbery, kidnapping and carjacking charges
The charges stem from an incident back in November in which New Orleans police say Cain abducted a man and woman in Treme and forced them to drive to an abandoned school where both were robbed and raped.
The day before, police say surveillance cameras appear to capture Cain shooting Tulane medical student Peter Gold after he stopped and tried to help a woman being dragged down the street.
His arraignment was moved to Thursday.
Nictoria Washington, 17, was also expected in court for a mental competency hearing. A judge ruled she is competent to proceed in the case against her. She is charged with accessory after the fact to attempted first-degree murder, accessory after the fact to aggravated kidnapping, accessory after the fact to armed robbery and accessory after the fact to attempted armed robbery.
Police say Washington helped Cain hide from authorities. Her arraignment was also pushed back until Thursday.
Cain is being held on an $11.7 million bond. Washington's is $400,000.