Leslie Galloway was sentenced to death by the State of Mississippi for the murder of a teenager. According to court documents Leslie Galloway would sexually assault Shakeylia Anderson before slitting the teens throat, setting her on fire and running her over. Leslie Galloway would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death.
Leslie Galloway 2021 Information
|Date of Birth: 05/21/1983
|Height: 5′ 8”
|Eye Color: BROWN
|Hair Color: BLACK
|Entry Date: 09/25/2010
|UNIT: UNIT 29
|Location Change Date: 03/23/2018
|Number of Sentences: 1
|Total Length: DEATH
Leslie Galloway More News
Leslie Galloway was sentenced to death this afternoon by a Harrison County jury for raping and murdering 17-year-old Shakeylia Anderson of Gulfport in 2008.
The same jury convicted Galloway, 27, Thursday of capital murder.
In Mississippi, the death penalty is an option in capital murder cases, but state law does not require it. Jurors can impose a life sentence without parole.
Prosecutors sought death by lethal injection for Galloway, of Moss Point, who was convicted of raping Anderson before cutting her throat, setting her on fire, and running over her with his mother’s Ford Taurus, according to testimony revealed this week before Harrison County Circuit Judge Roger Clark
Galloway will be transferred from the Harrison County Adult Detention Center to the Mississippi State Penitentiary in Parchman within the next 30 days.