Three murder suspects have been ordered to stand trial in Tehama County. Last October 3rd, 37-year-old Keo Oudone Vannarath of Redding was among three people trimming Marijuana at a home off of Highway 36 west of Red Bluff when three men tied them up with zip ties and duct tape and proceeded to steal their Pot. Vannarath managed to free himself and tried to escape, but he was shot several times. The two other victims tried to get Vannarath to Red Bluff for medical attention, but he died on the way. Meanwhile, Tehama County Sheriff's Deputies and CHP Officers chased Alan Doulphus JR., Chase Doulphus, and Roger Bounnhaseng, all of Fresno, into Shasta County at speeds topping 100 miles an hour. The Honda they were driving crashed off of Clear Creek Road near the county landfill. The Doulphus brothers were arrested at the crash scene and a large amount of Marijuana was found in the car they were driving. Bounnhaseng was captured later in the day in Happy Balley. The three defendants are had a preliminary hearing Wednesday.