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(KSL News) -- Chilling details emerged in court about last month's brutal stabbing in West Valley.
Trey Holloway Brown is charged with the murder of his estranged wife's girlfriend.
West Valley police say Brown told them he knew he did something wrong when he stabbed Norma Espinoza Hernandez, but figured he'd "finish the job" because he knew he was going to jail anyway.
Witnesses say Hernandez had been kicked in the head and stabbed in the chest at least three times.
During a court appearance yesterday, the judge ruled there was enough evidence against Brown for him to stand trial on a charge of first-degree murder.