Assistant Montgomery County prosecutor David Franceschelli called the case, ""The most barbaric aggravated murder case I've prosecuted."
Prosecutor Mat Heck Jr. called the murder, “heinous, calculating and malicious.” He said, “These defendants intentionally and callously murdered Ms. Spinks without any provocation or excuse.”
Shaffer and Sellers were indicted Oct. 5, 2011 and have been detained in the Montgomery County Jail on $1 million bonds since then.
Sellers was transferred to the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Reception Center in Orient on Aug. 15. Shaffer will be sent there prior to being assigned to a prison.