The third and final defendant in a 2011 fatal shooting in Dickson has once again rejected a plea bargain offer from the state and appears headed to trial next month. Defense attorney Michael Flanagan told Judge Larry Wallace in Dickson County Circuit Court Friday that 26-year-old James Denver Case has refused a plea bargain offer for the 2011 shooting death of 47-year-old John Edward Travierso. Flanagan said the district attorney’s office had extended a plea bargain offer to his client that was only good until Friday. “We don’t have an agreement,” Flanagan told the judge. Case now faces trial on charges of felony first-degree murder, aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery. Prosecutors say Case and step-brother 30-year old William Dallas Forrester broke into the Travierso home on Robin Hood Road Oct. 22, 2011, to steal a small amount of marijuana. During the attempted theft, Travierso was shot once in the abdomen by one of the men and died the following day. In February, Forrester was sentenced to 20 years in prison after pleading no contest to a reduced charge of second-degree murder. 26-year-old Angela Marie Warner admitted in court that she drove the car the night of the shooting and pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of conspiracy to commit second-degree murder and was sentenced to 10 years in prison. The robbery and burglary charges against Forrester and Warner were dropped in the plea bargain agreement. Case rejected a plea offer from the state in February and again Friday and is now scheduled to go on trial June 19. He remains in the Dickson County Jail on $300,000 bond.