Andrea Sibley, the girlfriend of triple-homicide suspect Brent Luyster, was back in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday after allegedly violating a no-contact order. Her defense attorney is seeking clarification on the order.Sibley, 28, was sentenced to a year of community custody in September 2016 for rendering criminal assistance to Luyster, whom she picked up and drove away with after he allegedly shot four people July 15, 2016, at a rural home southeast of Woodland. Three of the victims — Joseph Mark Lamar, 38, Zachary David Thompson, 36, and Janell Renee Knight, 43 — were killed.Sibley was arrested by Department of Corrections officers and booked into the Clark County Jail on Sept. 14. She reportedly stopped at a local convenience store to purchase gas and a soda. A family member of one of the shooting victims is a cashier at the store, court records state.As part of her sentence, Sibley was ordered not to have contact with any family of the shooting victims and is prohibited from coming within 1,000 feet of their home, workplace and school, according to court documents.Her community supervision is slated to end Saturday, however, so there’s not enough time for DOC to schedule a violation hearing, DOC spokesman Jeremy Barclay said. Sibley will remain in custody until Saturday, he said, and will then be released from the jail and her period of supervision.