Man arraigned after not showing up for sentencing in deadly Albany crash
A Westerlo man who pleaded guilty to killing a woman in a head-on crash is now back in court – this time, with a not guilty plea.
Andrew Gibson, 43, was arraigned Tuesday after police say he did not show up for his sentencing back in February.
As a part of his prior plea deal, he was expected to serve eight to 25 years in prison.
He was charged Tuesday with two counts of bail jumping, pleading not guilty to both.
He was sent back to jail without bail, and is expected back in court on August 17.