A Sevier County man accused of killing two people in a church van crash while high on bath salts will go to trial on state charges this summer.
Prosecutors say Tyler Schaeffer was on his way to a drug deal when he crashed his SUV into the Cedar Grove Baptist Church van on Chapman Highway.
The crash killed 16-year-old Courteney Kaliszewski and youth leader Jeff Trussell. Ten other youth group members were injured.
Schaeffer was sentenced to 100 years in prison last month in federal court on robbery, drug and gun charges.
On Tuesday, a judge set Schaeffer's trial on the state charges for June 18th.
The victims' families say they hope Schaeffer will plead guilty so they won't have to testify again.