The last of four suspects in the June 7th Bellaire break-in and murder appeared in court Thursday morning.
Thomas Grubba, 34, and Diane Kuri, 28, both pleaded not guilty to charges of robbery, aggravated burglary, and murder.
The two were allegedly a part of the group of four people who reportedly broke into a woman’s home. During the incident, Joshua Gorayeb was shot and killed, while Grubba was shot and injured.
Their murder charges stem from allegedly committing a felony when the shooting occurred.
Judge Fregiato set their bonds at $1 million each, and said that they both committed “serious crimes”.
“There are three serious charges here. One is robbery, one is aggravated burglary, and the final one is murder. The one million dollar bond seems quite reasonable to me in light of the charges filed and I do order bond in that amount,” said Fregiato.
Along with two other people, they’re charged with the murder of Gorayeb.
Kuri’s trial is set for October 2nd, and Grubba’s trial is set for September 28th.