BANGOR — The Lewiston woman who testified against Carine Reeves during his murder trial will not spend any further time in jail.
Judge Harold Stewart on Tuesday sentenced 22-year-old Quaneysha Greeley to 3 1/2 years in prison with all but 25 months suspended.
According to a spokesman for the Maine attorney general’s office, the 25 months equals the amount of time she spent in jail before being released on bail. Greeley will serve a year on probation.
Greeley was a passenger in the car with Reeves and murder victim Sally Shaw, 55, of New Gloucester the night Reeves shot her.
Last year, she pleaded guilty to hindering apprehension and drug dealing.
Initially, Greeley had been charged with murder as well, but as part of her deal, the prosecution dismissed the murder charge against her.