A California woman accused of delivering the bullets that killed her teenaged son's adoptive parents more than a year ago could face a jury in April 2016. Kisha Schaberg is one of four people charged with capital murder in the fatal shootings of Roger and Melissa Bluml as they sat in a car outside of their rural Valley Center home in November 2013.
Attorneys involved in the case met with Sedgwick County District Judge Jeffrey Goering on Friday morning to give a brief update on their progress toward bringing Schaberg, 36, to trial. Goering asked them to tentatively reserve the month of April for the proceedings. The trial could last a month or more.
Schaberg's biological son, Anthony Bluml, and two of his friends, Andrew Ellington and Braden Smith also are charged in the case. They are scheduled for trial later this year.
Schaberg is being held in Sedgwick County Jail on $2 million bond. She could face the death penalty if convicted.