New indictment charges Kora Liles with all three murders in March triple homicide case

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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Kora Liles has been indicted for all three murders in the March triple homicide on NW Grant. She was originally charged for two of the deaths.

According to Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay, a Grand Jury on Friday returned the indictment against Liles.

She lived at the home where the murders occurred.

Liles was originally charged with the kidnapping, assault and murder of Matthew Leavitt and Nicole Fisher. The indictment by the Grand Jury adds three more felony charges of Aggravating Kidnapping, Aggravated Assault and 1st Degree Murder of Luke Davis.

According to testimony in court, Liles was at the house when Leavitt, Fisher and Davis were kidnapped and assaulted, but left just before the murders occurred.

She then reported the murders to police almost 24 hour after it happened.

Joseph Krahn has entered a guilty plea for all three murders and is awaiting sentencing.

Bryan Flowers, Joesph Lowrey and Shane Mayes have been bound over for trial.

D.A. Kagay says he will now request that Liles be arraigned on all 9 charges.

She is currently being held in a Shawnee County Jail on a $1-Million bond.