Trombonist Glen David Andrews appeared in court Thursday, November 15 and was cleared of the charges of attempted murder and weapons possession, which were dropped. Andrews pled guilty to two charges of domestic violence and will be on active probation for three years. If he successfully completes one year of probation there will be a hearing to determine if the other two years may be dropped from the sentence. At the completion of the probation, both charges will be expunged from his record. He will be allowed to travel under the terms of his probation.
“Glen sees the probation as a good thing that will help to keep him on the straight and narrow,” said his manager Kimball Packard. “He will continue to undergo drug testing and have no contacts with felons.”
Click here for John Swenson’s chat with Andrews last week, following his first gig back at d.b.a.