Patrick Frazee’s arraignment hearing has been postponed so more testing can be done on the evidence that was found in missing Colorado mom, Kelsey Berreth’s home. The arraignment, where Frazee is expected to enter a plea, has been set for May 24, according to a tweet from Rob McCallum, the spokesman for the Colorado Judicial Branch.

Frazee is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of solicitation of murder, and tampering with a deceased body in the death of Berreth. Frazee allegedly killed Berreth with a baseball bat, burned her body, and dumped the remains in a Colorado landfill. A search of the landfill for Berreth’s body is currently is underway.

The postponement of the arraignment was made at the request of Frazee’s attorneys’ as they argued that more time was needed to test the evidence in the case. A trial date has not been set for Frazee. He is being held without bond.

Evidence in the case includes blood found in the living room, where Frazee’s girlfriend Krystal Lee Kenney said Berreth was killed, The Denver Post reported. Blood was initially found by investigators in the bathroom of Berreth’s home, but through Kenney’s testimony, blood was found under the wood floor in the seams of the wood by investigators, the according to the news outlet.

Kenney is being charged with evidence tampering as she allegedly disposed of Berreth’s cell phone at the direction of Frazee. Kenney, a former Idaho nurse, exchanged her testimony against Frazee for a plea deal in the case. Evidence tampering is a felony charge.

Kenney claimed that she left blood spatters on the walls of Berreth’s home in hopes that investigators would find the evidence. Kenney told investigators that Frazee’s motive to kill Berreth was over custody of their one-year-old daughter, Kaylee.

Allegedly, Frazee thought Berreth was an abusive mother and would harm the child. He did report Berreth to the Department of Human Services for child abuse allegations. Berreth’s parents have been granted custody of Kaylee until the next custody hearing on June 13.