The trial for one of the three women charged with the January murder of a Portland man has been moved again.

Jay Circuit Court Judge Brian Hutchison on Tuesday rescheduled the trial for Shelby Hiestand of Portland to May. She is charged with the Jan. 12 murder of Shea Briar.

The change came after Hiestand’s attorney filed a motion for a continuance.

Hiestand’s four-day jury trial is now scheduled for May 17 through 20. A final pre-trial conference is slated for April 23.

Her trial was originally scheduled for late June and then was pushed back to mid-November.

Trial dates for Esther J. Stephen and Hannah Knapke, the other women charged with Briar’s murder, are slated for Jan. 11 through 14 and Feb. 21 through 25, respectively.

Hiestand and Stephen were arrested Jan. 14, two days after Briar was found early Jan. 12 on the county road 125 West bridge over Loblolly Creek, just south of county road 850 North. Knapke was arrested eight days later.

According to court documents, Stephen and Hiestand admitted to police that they had plotted to kill Briar over a custody dispute. Stephen and Briar shared a child.

The documents provide the following account of Briar’s death:

The three women picked up Briar at his home with plans to “hang out” and then drove to the bridge. Stephen then distracted Briar, allowing Hiestand to retrieve a gun from the vehicle. Hiestand then shot Briar once in the back.

Briar was found about 2 a.m. Jan. 12. He was transported to Fort Wayne’s Lutheran Hospital, where he died later the same day.

Hiestand, Stephen and Knapke are all being held without bond at Jay County Jail. In Indiana, murder carries a sentence of 45 to 65 years, with an advisory sentence of 55 years.