OGDEN -- A man already facing an attempted murder charge related to an Ogden shooting is accused of cutting a man's face with a razor blade in a separate incident.
A probable cause affidavit filed Wednesday in 2nd District Court in Ogden states Marcus Pringle, 32, got into a confrontation with a man on Jan. 25 on Porter Avenue.
Pringle sliced the man across the face with a box cutter, leaving a 3-inch scar, records state.
Court documents show Pringle was charged Wednesday with aggravated assault resulting in serious bodily injury, a second-degree felony.
His initial appearance in court is scheduled for Monday.
Pringle has also been charged with first-degree felony attempted murder and second-degree felony possession of a dangerous weapon after an April 12 altercation in which Pringle is accused of shooting a man in the leg.
Pringle had posted bond after the arrest following the shooting, but he was booked again into Weber County Jail on Monday for the charges from the razor-blade incident.
According to Weber County Jail officials, Pringle was released later that day after posting $10,000 bail.