Michele Anderson

Eight years after a Carnation family was shot to death on Christmas Eve, accused killer Michele Anderson will go to trial. Anderson, 37, is charged with six counts of aggravated first-degree murder. According to investigators, Anderson and her boyfriend, Joseph McEnroe, went to her parents' house armed with two guns, planning to kill the entire family. Detectives say Anderson fired the first shot at her dad, Wayne Anderson. When the gun jammed, McEnroe took over killing Wayne and Judy Anderson. Charging documents reveal the pair moved the bodies outside, then cleaned up the crime scene. When Michele Anderson's brother Scott and his family arrived, it was Michele Anderson who fired the first shot at Scott, according to detectives. Then McEnroe shot Scott and killed Erica Anderson and the couple's two young children, Olivia, 5, and Nathan, 3. Nathan was still in diapers. Joe McEnroe was convicted of six counts of aggravated murder last spring. The jury could not agree on the death penalty, so McEnroe was sentenced to life in prison. When McEnroe was spared from the death penalty, King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg decided to no longer to seek the death penalty in the Michele Anderson case.