F. Glenn Miller, the white supremacist who is accused of murdering three people at Jewish sites in Johnson County, was wheeled into court for a brief hearing Thursday morning.
Miller did not speak during the hearing but Johnson County District Judge Kelly Ryan set another scheduling conference for May 29, where attorneys will discuss discovery material and other matters. Lawyers are expected to set a time then for a preliminary hearing where prosecutors will present evidence.
Officers wheeled Miller into the courtroom in an orange jail suit. He held some papers and spoke briefly to his attorney before the hearing but said nothing to the judge.
Millers attorney Ron Evans declined to comment after the five-minute hearing.
Miller is charged with one count of capital murder in the killings of 69-year-old Overland Park doctor William Lewis Corporon and his 14-year-old grandson, Reat Griffin Underwood.
They were shot outside the Jewish Community Center where Reat was auditioning for a talent contest.
Miller also is charged with first-degree murder in the killing of Terri LaManno, 53, a Kansas City mother of three who was shot outside Village Shalom senior living facility. She had gone there to visit her mother.