Andrew James Harlow, an 18-year-old Halifax County resident charged with two counts of accessory after the fact to second-degree murder in the shooting deaths of two brothers in South Boston on Dec. 7, has been granted bail.
Harlow was released on Wednesday, according to a representative of Blue Ridge Regional Jail in Lynchburg.
According to Halifax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court records, Harlow was granted bail for $12,500 with the following conditions: GPS tracking at the defendant’s expense, pre-trial supervision with Halifax-Pittsylvania Court Services, must be on good behavior, have no contact with his co-defendant and have no access to social media.
Harlow, a Halifax resident, was charged Dec. 9 with two counts of accessory to kill and murder after turning himself in at the Blue Ridge Regional Jail Halifax Adult Detention Center, according to Lt. Randy Redd of the South Boston Police Department.
Harlow was charged in connection with a shooting incident that occurred around 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7.
The Halifax County E-911 Center started receiving numerous calls reporting a shooting, according to Redd.
Police arrived and found two males on the sidewalk with apparent gunshot wounds.
One of the victims, identified as 20-year-old Davonte Shamar Powell, was pronounced dead at the scene, suffering from an apparent gunshot wound to the head, according to Redd.
The second victim was later identified as 17-year-old Tevin Powell, the brother of Davonte Powell, who died the next day from injuries consistent with a gunshot wound to the neck.
The suspected shooter in the case was identified by police as a 17-year-old Halifax County resident who eventually turned himself in at the police department.
Harlow will next appear in Halifax County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court at 9 a.m. on Jan. 8.