The trial for the other suspect in the murder of 16-year-old Ashton Glover from Sugar Land, Texas has been rescheduled as additional charges have been added. Sean Brown was not the trigger man in Ashton’s death but helped dispose of her body. Matthew McCombs was the actual killer who killed Ashton out of ‘morbid curiosity’. McCombs had previously copped to a plea of 50 years with the possibility of parole in 25. He also said that Brown had nothing to with the murder.
Apparently, the prosecution disagrees as they’ve filed an additional charge of obstruction of evidence since Brown was complicit in helping McCombs dispose of Ashton’s body. The pair tried to flee to Canada after the murder but were caught at the border.
Due to the additional charge, the trial for Brown has been rescheduled until March. The trial was supposed to have started today.