The two women charged with capital murder and other crimes stemming from the shooting death of a local hotel clerk will not be back in court until November.

Plea conference dates for both Karalyn Marie Cross and Nikeya Marquice Grant were rescheduled Thursday for Nov. 15.

Though Grayson County court records show the pair were scheduled for plea conferences on Thursday, they were never brought up from the Grayson County Jail into the courtroom. Their attorneys filed reset paperwork and a new date for plea conferences was entered on the public court records for each of the women.

Cross and Grant were each indicted on charges of capital murder, aggravated robbery and engaging in an organized criminal activity. The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt. Each woman has pleaded not guilty to the charges she faces.

Those charges stem from the death of Brandon Hubert on Aug. 11, 2017. Hubert was working as a clerk at the Quality Suites on U.S. Highway 75 in Sherman when he was killed during what authorities have said was a robbery.

Cross is represented in the case by Sherman attorney John Hunter Smith and Grant is represented by Sherman attorney Joe Smith.

Hubert’s obituary noted he graduated from Denison High School in 2003 and earned an Associates Degree from Grayson College and a degree from Southeastern Oklahoma University.