Arraignment postponed for man accused of stabbing sisters

A man accused of killing his two sisters over the weekend in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, was supposed to be arraigned in court Monday, but that has been postponed until Tuesday. 

Hopkinsville police say Robert Rogers stabbed his two sisters to death. Police found Joanne Rogers and Francis Coleman-Rogers Sunday morning, stabbed to death at their home on East 7th Street.

Christian District Judge Foster Cotthoff was told Monday that Rogers could not appear.
Rogers is being held without bond in the Christian County Jail.

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