ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — Authorities say they do not suspect anyone besides the three people in custody had a role in the slaying of Aspen resident Nancy Pfister and no more arrests are expected.
William Styler, his wife Nancy Styler and Kathy Carpenter all face charges of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
A judge was expected to set a date Wednesday for a preliminary hearing, but he delayed that decision until April 23 at the request of defense lawyers.
Authorities found Pfister’s body in an upstairs closet of her West Buttermilk home after Carpenter called 911 on Feb. 26. The Stylers, who rented Pfister’s home, were arrested March 3 at the Basalt lodge they were staying in after they moved out of the residence on Feb. 22.
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