A trial date has been set for a man accused of robbing a Basehor man of a vehicle after a police officer was killed in a neighboring county.

A trial date has been set for a man accused of robbing a Basehor man of a vehicle after a police officer was killed in a neighboring county.

The jury trial for Curtis R. Ayers is scheduled for Nov. 6.

Ayers, 30, Tonganoxie, is charged in Leavenworth County District Court with aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, criminal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and two counts of aggravated endangering a child.

The crimes are alleged to have occurred May 9, 2016, in Basehor. This was the same day Ayers fatally shot Detective Brad Lancaster in Kansas City, Kansas.

Ayers already has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for the murder of Lancaster. He received that sentenced in Wyandotte County District Court.

It is alleged that after the shooting in Kansas City, Kansas, Ayers drove a stolen car to a residence in Basehor, parking the car in a garage.

Ayers allegedly entered the home and pointed a gun at a resident. The defendant allegedly took clothing and another vehicle from the residence.

Ayers appeared Friday in Leavenworth County District Court with his attorney, Elaine Halley, for his arraignment. He pleaded not guilty to the charges he is facing in Leavenworth County.

Halley asked for the trial to be set in November.

District Judge Gunnar Sundby said he would reserve two days for the trial. Sundby scheduled a pretrial conference for Oct. 4.

Ayers also faces charges in Jackson County, Missouri, for crimes he allegedly committed May 9, 2016, after leaving Leavenworth County. He was apprehended in Kansas City, Missouri.

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