The getaway driver in the murder case of Andrea Lowe Garwood who had earlier made a guilty plea has had his sentencing postponed to March 19th due to outstanding documents.
The man who was identified as Leon Hines pleaded guilty to the charges of accessory, conspiracy to murder, Misprision of a felony and illegal possession of a firearm. The accused was given the opportunity of a deal last month, by the prosecution which he took by pleading guilty.
Hines will remain behind bars until the court date, where he will officially get his sentencing.
Andrea Lowe Garwood was shot and killed while attending a church ceremony in the parish of Trelawny and alongside Hines, the getaway driver, Javan Garwood the woman’s stepson and Dwight Bingham have both been slapped with charges of murder, conspiracy to murder and illegal possession of firearm and ammunition.