Killer still awaiting sentencing

The sentencing of murder convict Andrew Harclyde Pollard has been adjourned.

That phase of his case will come up again for mention before Justice Randall Worrell on July 14 as a psychiatric report on him has first to be prepared.

Pollard, of Mahaica Gap, Green Hill, St Michael was found guilty by unanimous jury verdict of the murder of Guyanese national Onicka Gulliver.

According to the evidence given at trial before the No. 2 Supreme Court, the 23-year-old Gulliver was strangled. Her partially nude and decomposing body was found in a bushy area at Vaucluse, St Thomas between March 11 and 14, 2014.

Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Alliston Seale is representing the state in the matter. Attorney-at-law Sydney Pinder is the convicted man’s attorney.

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