Trial now set for May in Columbus stabbing case

The trial of an Alabama woman charged as

an accessory to a 2007 murder has been scheduled for May 19,

according to court records.

Lowndes County Circuit Judge Lee Howard, citing conflicts with

another trial, rescheduled the trial of Catrina Curry, 22, of

Reform, Ala.

Curry has been charged as an accessory after the fact in the

Sept. 2, 2007, stabbing death of 19-year-old Cyntana Murray.

Prosecutors said Curry is accused of helping Laytoyia Hill, 22,

of Columbus, evade police and flee into Alabama after the stabbing.

Hill is charged with murder in the death of Murray during a fight

at a nightclub.

Hill and Curry were arrested in Tuscaloosa, Ala., two days after

the killing.

Curry remains free on a $25,000 bond she posted in October 2007.

Hill remains in jail on a $200,000 bond. Her trial is scheduled

for Feb. 25.