Portia Pollock’s killer sentenced to 35 years in prison
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Bryan Andry, who admitted in court to fatally stabbing therapist Portia Pollock during a carjacking, was handed down a 35-year prison sentence, court records show.
Andry admitted to the killing on April 22 in Orleans Parish Criminal District Court.
A judge on Fri., May 13 gave Andry 35-year sentence for a charge of manslaughter.
Pollock, a 60-year-old “Seventh Ward Saint,” was fatally stabbed outside of her North Dorgenois home in June of 2021.
Her murder sparked outrage in the community and left a void in the Congo Square community, where she frequently drummed on Sundays.
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