Monahan agrees not to sell, transfer assets during civil case

Monahan won’t sell properties, vehicles amid civil case

Monahan won't sell properties, vehicles amid while civil wrongful death case brought by Gillis family is pending.

The man convicted of killing a woman in his driveway has agreed not to sell or transfer any assets while the wrongful death civil lawsuit against him is pending, according to court documents.  

Kevin Monahan, 66, is serving a sentence of up to life in prison for the shooting death of Kaylin Gillis last April. Gillis was a passenger in an SUV that had gotten lost on the way to a party and turned around in his driveway.

The Gillis family had filed a motion in state Supreme Court of Saratoga County seeking to prevent Monahan from spending $5 million in assets on appealing his criminal conviction.

Monahan’s wife, Jinx, who is acting as Kevin Monahan’s power of attorney, agreed in a document filed Wednesday that they will not sell any of their properties or vehicles while this case is still pending.

In addition to the house at Patterson Hill Road in Hebron, Monahan also owns vacant land in Fort Ann and has an ownership stake in a Queensbury home that was owned by his late mother, court documents said. He also owns a 2008 Chevrolet Silverado, 2018 Chevy van and three dirt bikes.

Monahan will be able to tap into a $300,000 home equity line of credit he has currently against his house.

A preliminary conference has been scheduled for April 11 at 10:30 a.m. in Saratoga Supreme Court. It will be held virtually.

Monahan is serving a sentence of 26 1/3 years to life in prison at Elmira Correctional Facility.