A trial date has been set for a former Camp Beauregard military police officer.

Brad Jeansonne of Alexandria will stand trial on September 17 for second degree murder and arson. He was arrested for the 2014 murder of Shetricia Brewer and for allegedly burning her car.

This is the sixth date set for Jeasonne’s trial. Previous dates were February 6, 2017, May 1, 2017, October, 9, 2017, December 13, 2017 and June 18, 2017. The trial has been pushed back on the request of the defense.

Brewer was reported missing after her car was found burning on Duhon St. in Alexandria. Brewer’s family reported her missing to the Alexandria Police Department. Her body was found days later.

Police have yet to release where her body was found, the cause of death and the connection between her and Jeansonne.

Jeasonne’ arrest was made by the Alexandria Police Department with assistance from the FBI’s Violent Crime Task Force.

John Flynn is Jeansonne’s attorney and has questioned the validity of Jeansonne’s statements to police.

Flynn has also claimed his client "possesses a diminished mental capacity" and did not have a full understanding of his rights.

Presiding over the case will be Judge Harry Randow, who is currently on vacation.

The prosecution will be led by Brian Mosely.