LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The third suspect wanted in the murder of a California psychiatrist was arrested on Wednesday in Las Vegas, according to jail records.

Jon Kennison, wanted in the murder of Dr. Thomas Burchard in March, was expected in court for a hearing on April 19. 

One of the woman accused of killing Burchard and leaving his body in the desert appeared in court Tuesday morning.

Diana Pena, 30, made her second appearance at Las Vegas Justice Court after a warrant was issued for her arrest on April 5.

Pena, along with Kennison and Kelsey Turner, is accused of killing Dr. Thomas Burchard in early March. Burchard's body was found in the trunk of a car on March 7 near Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Pena was arrested April 13 in connection to the murder.

Pena's 26-year-old roommate, Turner, was arrested March 28 in connection to the murder. 

Pena had a preliminary hearing set for April 30 at 7:30 a.m.

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clevercardinal

Did any of them claim to work for the CIA or claim to be CIA assassins working on US soil? Because there are a surprising amount of people who say that and tend to believe it, but they always end up being gun smugglers, violent thugs, or just trying to get information out of someone without having credentials. There was another group of people that were hunting a pedophile in the area and killed the wrong guy. It wouldn't surprise me if these people are suffering from paranoia or hysteria after overexposure to some bad information.

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