Posted: Jan 7, 2013 10:24 AM by MTN news
Updated: Jan 7, 2013 10:28 AM
SIDNEY - The case of the kidnapping and murder of Sidney, Montana school teacher Sherry Arnold will be back in the courtroom Monday, one year to the day she disappeared.
But the two men who are accused of killing her will not be. Michael Keith Spell and Lester Van Waters Jr. will be represented by attorneys at an omnibus hearing.
That hearing will take place in a district courtroom in Sidney in front of Judge Simonson. It is possible dates will be set for future court hearings, and that could include a time for a trial.
Waters and Spell both pleaded not guilty on May 15th to deliberate homicide and attempted kidnapping charges.
Sherry Arnold went for a jog in Sidney on Jan. 7, 2012 and never returned home.