BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - UPDATE: There was no change to the status of this case at the conclusion of this hearing.
Accused serial killer Ryan Sharpe is expected in a 19th Judicial District courtroom Wednesday for a motions hearing.
Right now, he faces one count of second-degree murder in East Baton Rouge Parish in connection with the shooting death of former BREC commissioner Carroll Breeden. He is only one of Sharpe's four alleged victims.
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The other three men were shot in East Feliciana Parish. The 20th Judicial District Court is handling those cases.
Sharpe has not yet been arraigned in Breeden's murder, meaning he has not yet entered a plea on the charges. The arraignment hearing has been postponed three times to date.
It's not clear if he will enter a plea Wednesday, so look for updates throughout the day.