Possible Trial for Man Accused of Machete Attack 

A second man accused of attacking a former state lawmaker and his daughter with a machete could go on trial next month.21-year-old Daniel Fortune is charged with aggravated attempted murder, elevated aggravated assault and other charges. Police say Fortune and his 19-year-old foster brother, Leo Hylton, broke into the home of William Guerrette in Pittston last May and brutally attacked Guerrette and his 10-year-old daughter. Last week Hylton pleaded guilty to the crime. Prosecutors are recommending a 50 year prison sentence.Fortune’s case will be considered for trial in July.