GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) – A western Pennsylvania woman awaiting sentencing on felony convictions of helping her cousin evade capture following a police officer’s slaying has been released from custody to ensure the safety of her unborn child amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Tribune-Review reports that a judge ruled Friday that 33-year-old Lisa Harrington can live with her husband and three children until six weeks after she undergoes a C-section in June.
Harrington had been held without bond following her hindering apprehension, evidence-tampering and firearms convictions stemming from the November 2017 slaying of New Kensington officer Brian Shaw.
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