A married Oregon couple faces charges after authorities say they bought a gun for two people accused of a three-state killing spree face and then helped them avoid capture.
Kimberly Wyatt has pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiracy, straw purchase of a firearm and failing to report the alleged kidnapping and slaying of an Oregon teenager.
Her husband, Corey Wyatt, is incarcerated on unrelated charges and has not yet made a plea.
An attorney for Kimberly Wyatt did not return a call for comment on Tuesday afternoon. Her trial has been scheduled for August 20.
The couple faces charges of assisting David Pedersen and Holly Grigsby avoid capture.
Pedersen pleaded guilty to two counts of aggravated murder for the 2011 slaying of his father and stepmother in Everett, Wash.