Kayla Montgomery Not Sentenced Today As Expected, Delayed Two Weeks
Plea and sentencing for Kayla Montgomery had been expected to occur today as announced last week for the charges of Receiving Stolen Property and Perjury, which are not directly related to the Harmony Montgomery Investigation.
Instead, both Senior Assistant Attorney General Jesse O'Neill and Defense Attorney Paul Garrity asked the court for two more weeks to continue plea negotiations.
Garrity stated that negotiations were going well, but due to a technical issue of emails unexpectedly ending up in a spam folder, they were not completed as expected by today.
Plea and sentencing have been rescheduled for the afternoon of November 18.