INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) – A former western Missouri pastor finally has an attorney and can be arraigned on charges of killing a former parishioner. David Love’s arraignment has been postponed twice because he didn’t have representation. He now has a public defender and was scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Jackson County Circuit Court on a charge of first-degree murder. Love is accused of killing 42-year-old Randy Stone last March in Stone’s insurance office in Independence. Stone’s family members have said Stone’s wife had been having an affair with Love for several years. Love left New Hope Baptist Church in Independence in late April. Stone had left the church about two weeks before he was found shot to death. Love was arrested in November in South Carolina, where he was working as a truck driver.