Two more people have been indicted by the Randall County District Attorney’s Office in a murder-for-hire plot, bringing the total number to three.
Kimber Danielle Eisenhaur and Tyree Lamont Sanford were indicted Wednesday, but the indictments were not made public until warrants could be executed, according to Robert Love of the Randall County District Attorney’s Office.
“Those indictments remained sealed until warrants on them could be executed, and that happened either Thursday or Friday,” he said.
Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. was indicted Wednesday on three charges related to the crime and was listed among the indictments made public.
Eisenhaur, 34, was arrested March 9 on a charge of attempted capital murder for remuneration and an arson charge was added later.
Sanford, 35, was arrested March 23 on an arson charge.
Love said both were indicted on those same charges Wednesday by a Randall County Grand Jury.
Love said trials for the three will be held in Randall County at the 181st District Court in front of Judge John B. Board. There is no set date for a trial. Cases are presented to the court in order from oldest to newest. There are more than 100 cases to be heard before Ivy, Eisenhaur and Sanford will be tried.
The case has also crossed county lines.
Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. and Joanie Kay Ivy were both charged with tampering with a witness. Those charges were filed by the 47th District Attorney’s Office in Potter County.
Randall Sims, 47th District Attorney, said Thursday that his office is seeking to move forward with indicting the two on the tampering charges, but could not provide further information on when those indictments might happen.
Love said that the two offices have spoken regarding the case but are conducting their own investigations due to the crimes being in different counties.
“We have had conversations due to the joint nature of (the case),” Love said. “But they have a totally separate investigation going on right now.”
Billy Glenn Ivy Jr. and Eisenhaur’s charges of capital murder for remuneration are considered first-degree felonies, while the arson charges against Billy Glenn Ivy Jr., Eisenhaur and Sanford are considered second-degree felonies.