TYLER, TX (KLTV) - A trial date has been set for a Tyler nurse who is accused of tampering with patients at a heart hospital.
William George Davis, 34 is charged with murder and two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Friday, judicial records show a jury trial is scheduled for Dec. 3, with Judge Christi Kennedy presiding.
He was indicted on the charges June 21, according to Smith County judicial records.
The indictments name victims Christopher Greenaway, Pamela Henderson and Joseph Kalina.
The document alleges Davis used a syringe to insert the air.
Two other indictments allege similar actions.
The charges stem from allegations that Davis caused death or harm by intentionally introducing air into the arterial systems of patients.
Smith County District Attorney Matt Bingham said earlier this week that the court will now set a scheduling order and the discovery will be turned over to the defense. Pre-trial hearings will also be set.
Melvin Thompson has been appointed as Davis' lawyer, Bingham said.
Davis was arrested back in April after a lengthy investigation.