The three Ohio residents accused of planting an explosive device that injured a local corrections officer will have more time to consider plea offers.

Keith Seppi, Donna Seppi and Cindy Shields appeared in Oneida County Court today.

The defendants were given more time to consider the offers after their attorneys received additional evidence from the DA's Office.

Shields will be back in court on September 26th, while the Seppis' will return on September 27th.  All three are facing charges including attempted murder and assault.

Alan Dobransky was critically injured when a package delivered to his home in Floyd exploded.

Authorities say Shields had been working as the caretaker for Dobransky’s mother for four years and allegedly stole money from her.  They say Dobransky had planned to make a report to law enforcement in Ohio.