Trials are scheduled in Charlotte Tuesday for two separate 2011 shooting deaths. John Wesley Johnson, age 35, of Adamsville is scheduled to go on trial for second-degree murder in the Aug. 23, 2011, shooting death of 48-year-old Troy V. Alley during an altercation at a Dickson motel. Three defendants are scheduled to face trial on felony murder charges from the Oct. 22, 2011, shooting of 47-year-old John Edward Travierso Sr. in his Robin Hood Road home. 30-year-old William Dallas Forrester and 26-year-old James Denver Case, whom police said are step-brothers, are charged with felony murder, aggravated burglary and aggravated robbery in what police at first described as a home invasion robbery attempt. 26-year-old Angela Marie Warner was arrested six months later on a charge of first-degree murder after police said they learned she drove the two men to and from the home that night. Travierso died the following morning at Vanderbilt. Investigators have said the shooting might actually have resulted from some type of drug transaction. Johnson is charged with shooting Alley during a fight that witnesses said stemmed from comments Alley made to Johnson’s girlfriend, who worked at the Dickson Inn and Suites. Alley worked for First Federal Bank, which was operating the motel at that time after seizing it from the previous owner for non-payment. Johnson was reportedly staying at the motel while working on a job painting a local water tower. Witnesses testified that Alley retrieved the gun from his vehicle during the confrontation and at some point during a struggle he was shot in the chest. Court officials said the Johnson trial could end up being postponed for a third time tomorrow because there have been problems locating some witnesses.