A judge has ordered a man to stand trial after another man testified they killed two Philadelphia women during a 2014 robbery.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Ronald Dorsey was ordered on Wednesday to stand trial for murder in the deaths of Dollie ``Grandmom'' Evans and Ruby Thomas.
James Mears pleaded guilty to murder charges under a deal that carries a 40-to-80-year prison sentence. He testified that he helped Dorsey rob Evans in August 2014.
He says he also strangled Thomas when she refused to come downstairs and heard a gunshot ring out as he walked back.
Mears says he saw Evans slumped over a couch and saw Dorsey then shoot Thomas.
Defense attorney Gregory Pagano says he won't challenge the charges at the preliminary hearing level.