Defendant Kisha Schaberg, far right, listens to testimony while co-defendant Braden Smith testifies during a preliminary hearing involving the November deaths of Melissa and Roger Bluml. Anthony Bluml (second from left) the adopted son of Melissa and Roger Bluml, and the biological son of Schaberg is also charged in the case. Two of Anthony Bluml's former Valley Center High School classmates, Andrew Ellington and Braden Smith, are the other two defendants. Smith waved his right to a preliminary hearing and will plead guilty to two murder charges in exchange for his testimony against the other three.
Defendant Kisha Schaberg, far right, listens to testimony while co-defendant Braden Smith testifies during a preliminary hearing involving the November deaths of Melissa and Roger Bluml. Anthony Bluml (second from left) the adopted son of Melissa and Roger Bluml, and the biological son of Schaberg is also charged in the case. Two of Anthony Bluml's former Valley Center High School classmates, Andrew Ellington and Braden Smith, are the other two defendants. Smith waved his right to a preliminary hearing and will plead guilty to two murder charges in exchange for his testimony against the other three. The Wichita Eagle
Defendant Kisha Schaberg, far right, listens to testimony while co-defendant Braden Smith testifies during a preliminary hearing involving the November deaths of Melissa and Roger Bluml. Anthony Bluml (second from left) the adopted son of Melissa and Roger Bluml, and the biological son of Schaberg is also charged in the case. Two of Anthony Bluml's former Valley Center High School classmates, Andrew Ellington and Braden Smith, are the other two defendants. Smith waved his right to a preliminary hearing and will plead guilty to two murder charges in exchange for his testimony against the other three. The Wichita Eagle

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