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November 11, 2015

DAILYKENN.com -- Misty Mashburn. a mother of three, was fatally shot during a robbery in January.

Heading to trial for the crimes are 19-year-old Michael Duane Wallace, 20-year-old Shaliko McGee, 19-year-old Xavier Sneed and 19-year-old Briana Payne.

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The trial is set to begin for four suspects involved in a robbery that allegedly lead to the death of a mother of three in Callahan County last January.

Shaliko McGee, 20, Michael Duane Wallace, Jr., 19, Briana Payne, 18, and Xavier Sneed, 20, are scheduled to stand trial for the crime beginning on January 4, 2016.

Jurors will decide if McGee and Wallace are guilty of Capital Murder or 2nd Degree Murder. Payne and Sneed are both charged with 1st Degree Murder. All charges stem from the murder of Misty Mashburn.

Mashburn was shot inside a home off I-20 in between Clyde and Baird on January 17, 2015. The Callahan County Sheriff's Office says three children were present when the deadly incident took place. Custody was released to their next-of-kin.

The initial investigation lead police to question and then arrest McGee for the crime just days after it occurred. He allegedly admitted he was present for the robbery and murder of Mashburn, claiming Wallace fired the fatal shot, according to court documents.

Wallace and Payne were apprehended in Lubbock and charged shortly after that.

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