PITTSBURGH (AP/KDKA) — The mother of a man convicted in the shooting death of New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw has been convicted of helping him elude police in the days after the 2017 shooting.

Sherry Holt was found guilty Thursday of hindering apprehension following a non-jury trial.

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Sherry Holt (Photo Courtesy: Allegheny County)

The 49-year-old Pittsburgh resident faces up to seven years in prison when she’s sentenced April 23.

Her son, Rahmael Sal Holt, was sentenced to death in November after he was convicted of first-degree murder in the slaying of Officer Shaw. He was fatally shot after an attempted traffic stop on Nov. 17, 2017.

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Rahmael Holt’s father is also in jail.

Gregory Baucum Jr., is charged with threatening or intimidating witnesses in his son’s murder trial.

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