March 2, 2020
According to an earlier report, the victim was more than just his driver; she was also sleeping with him.
It’s shocking but it’s true.
A judge denied bail Friday for a New York man accused of killing a woman in Cherryfield.
Carine Reeves, 39, is one of two people police say were involved in the murder of Sally Shaw, 55.
She was found shot to death on the side of a road in Cherryfield in July of 2017.
Authorities say Reeves was selling drugs and Shaw was his driver.
Reeves has pleaded not guilty to killing her.
In 2018, Reeves’ girlfriend at the time, Quaneysha Greeley, pleaded guilty to hindering the apprehension of reeves.
The murder charge she faced was dismissed.
The judge agreed with the arguments state prosecutors made that Reeves poses a flight risk and risk to commit more crimes.
“It is safe to say that it is a prior criminal history in the state of New York that is filled with violence and crimes against other individuals,” said Asst. Attorney General Leane Zainea during the proceedings.
The trial is set to start in mid-May.