SPRINGFIELD — A pretrial hearing is slated for Monday in the murder case against Terry S. Lockett, accused of his wife’s murder. Kimberly Lockett suffered 19 “sharp force injuries,” including some in her heart and lungs, according to the prosecutor in the case. Terry Lockett is held without right to bail. A schedule for upcoming dates in the case should be set at Monday’s pretrial hearing before Hampden Superior Court Judge Daniel Wrenn. According to Assistant District Attorney Melissa Doran, Kimberly Lockett’s daughter said her mother and Terry Lockett had split up. Kimberly Lockett had been letting Terry Lockett stay with her at her Indian Orchard home because he had no place else to go, the daughter said. A knife and boxcutter were found in Kimberly Lockett’s home where her body was found by her daughter on Feb. 23, Doran said. Terry Lockett confessed to family members he had killed Kimberly Lockett, the prosecutor said. He had multiple restraining orders taken out against him by different women, including Kimberly Lockett, Doran said. Lockett, with the help of family members, turned himself in to police shortly after Kimberly Lockett was found dead.