ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas — A trial is being rescheduled for a man charged in the slayings of two young Arkansas girls and their stepfather.
Riakos Lizana was slated to go on trial next week, but his trial is being pushed back until Oct. 22. Lizana also has a hearing scheduled for Aug. 27.
Authorities arrested Lizana in December in connection with the deaths of 4-year-old Marley Crutchfield, 6-year-old Adiele Crutchfield and the girls' stepfather, Bobby Jean Galbraith.
Police have said a baby was also found unharmed at an Arkadelphia home where the bodies of the girls and stepfather were found.
Court records show Lizana faces three capital murder charges and a burglary charge.
His lawyer, Gregg Parrish, said Tuesday that Lizana has pleaded not guilty.
A prosecutor didn't return a phone call Tuesday evening.