Court docs: Man who shot, killed pregnant woman identified
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - The man accused of killing a pregnant woman and her unborn child Jan. 31 is now on Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama’s Most Wanted list.
Court documents confirm Andrew Haweis Goldsmith IV was identified, “via a dying declaration as the shooter of his pregnant girlfriend and her baby, both of which are deceased, as well as shooting two children ages seven and 13,” the same document confirms warrants are being sought in Birmingham for Goldsmith.
Corieonna Shantrice Hines of Birmingham was shot, along with her two children. Jefferson County’s coroner later confirmed Hines was pregnant.
Goldsmith is wanted in Jefferson County on felony warrants charging him with Capital Murder, Attempted Murder, and a Probation Violation for Attempted Murder, per the Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama website.
Goldsmith pleaded guilty to an attempted murder charge in 2021. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison, split to serve three, followed by five years of supervised release. He received more than 700 days of jail credit when his prison sentence began. A District Attorney in Bessemer filed to have Goldsmith’s bond revoked on that attempted murder charge.
WBRC is continuing to follow the investigation and will update this story as more information becomes available.
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