The man accused in a Mishawaka murder case that went unsolved for 25 years was arraigned in court Monday while teary-eyed family members watched.

According to our newsgathering partners at the South Bend Tribune, Phillip Geans said he will hire "that judge who just retired who is an attorney now." The judge asked if he meant Roland Chamblee, which was a yes.

Geans, 43, of Mishawaka was arrested Friday in connection with a 1988 murder.

He's charged with killing 16-year-old Theresa Burns at her Mishawaka home. Investigators say they were able to connect Geans to the crime through the weapon that was used.

Burns was a student at Mishawaka High School, who was found lying on the floor of her Dittman St. home with multiple gunshot wounds.

Geans is being held in the St. Joseph County Jail without bond.