Preliminary exams were waived yesterday for the two men charged in a Port Huron double stabbing with the understanding a plea deal would be accepted in circuit court. 36 year old Lance Antonio Walker and 23 year old Michael Antonio Johnson have both agreed in a plea deal to waive their preliminary examinations with the understanding that the charge of assault with great bodily harm less than murder would be reduced to felony assault. Walker, who was charged as a four-time habitual offender, could have faced up to life in prison, while the same charge carried up to a 10-year sentence for Johnson. The plea deal would charge Walker as a second-time habitual offender, with a possible sentence to up to six years in prison. Both men were bound over to circuit court. The two were arrested in Port Huron shortly after 26 year old Javon Garrett and 27 year old Timothy Cave were found with multiple stab wounds in the 1400 block of Sixth Street on Aug. 25th. The two were since released from the hospital. Walker is being held on a $100,000 bond. Johnson is being held on a $50,000 bond.