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Mama Cannes resident sentenced to six months in jail

  • Written by  Davis Joseph
Mama Cannes resident  sentenced to six months in jail

Mickel Charles of Marian St. Georges who resides at Mama Cannes in St Andrew was sentenced to six months at her majesty prison, for the offense of stealing from dwelling house cash in the amount of One Hundred and Five dollars. 

The offense was committed in the village of Mama Cannes at the home of Rhoda Samuel.  

The accused pleaded guilty to both charges at the Grenville Magistrate court after indicating to the court that he wanted to change his plea. 

The prosecutor told the court that none of the stolen money was recovered and in addition the accused has four previous convictions.

The complainant told the court that she is not the first victim of the accused but other persons in the neighborhood are also distressed by him.

The accused told the court that he did not know what came over him but something told him to do this and therefore he felt that he needed counseling. 

In handing down the six month sentence on the accused, Magistrate Nevelyn John informed him that he needs to stop that behavior. 

He was also informed by the Magistrate that he would get counseling while in   prison. He was however discharged on the offense of housebreaking. 

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