PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. — A Palm Beach County judge on Wednesday set a trial date for a woman accused of dressing up like a clown and shooting and killing a Wellington woman 29 years ago.
Sheila Keen-Warren faces a first-degree murder charge for the death of Marlene Warren. Investigators say Keen-Warren shot Marlene in Wellington in May 26, 1990.
RELATED: Breakthrough witness claims to know where gun, clown costume were dumped | Never-before-seen photos released of brutal Wellington murder | Timeline of events | Suspect could face death penalty
During Wednesday's hearing, a judge said jury selection will begin Jan. 31, 2020. A status check for the case is scheduled for June 24.
After the fatal shooting, Keen-Warren later married Marlene's widower, Michael Warren, in 2002. Keen-Warren was arrested in September 2017 in Washington County, Virginia, where she was living with Michael Warren.
She has pleaded not guilty, but despite her arrest the case remains open.
Michael Warren has not been charged in the case.