AUBURN (WGME) -- The man charged with killing a mother outside a Lewiston laundromat is due back in court Tuesday.
Albert Flick, 76, of Auburn is accused of stabbing Kimberly Dobbie, 48, in front of her two sons on July 15th on Sabattus Street.
Dobbie had recently moved from Farmington to Lewiston and had been staying at a homeless shelter.
Her friends told CBS 13 Flick was "obsessed" with her.
Surveillance video from the business next door shows Dobbie walking in front of the store. A few minutes later, Flick is seen pacing back and forth holding an unknown shiny object.
Flick has a long criminal history, including a 1979 conviction for the murder of his wife, Sandra, and several convictions of other violent crimes against women.
Flick is scheduled to be arraigned at 1PM in Androscoggin County Superior Court in Auburn.