Two Kittitian sentenced to Her Majesty’s Prison

By: Gavincia Clarke

(CHARLESTOWN, NEVIS)- With Nevis plagued with several recent incidents of house breakings and larceny, Her Honor, Magistrate Yasmine Clarke had no mercy on two individuals who were sentenced to Her Majesty’s Prison on Wednesday, October 09, 2013.

Shaville Parry and Glenville ‘Crime’ Phillip both from St. Kitts were  sentenced to one year imprisonment after police officers charged both persons for being in possession of masks without a lawful excuse; and possession of housebreaking implements.

Nevispages understands that police officers conducted a stopped and searched in Bath Village on Saturday, October 5, 2013 and while searching a vehicle in which both men were driving, officers found two (2) masks along with a long sleeve black and white shirt, a ‘hoodie’, two pairs of glove and garden shears.

Home owners throughout the island continue to be on guard against intruders. Just last week two masked men were spotted walking through a yard in the Church Ground area in broad daylight.

On Tuesday, October 8, 2013 in court a national of Jamaica was remanded to prison after attacking and stabbing a student of the Medical University of the Americas’ at her Ocean View home in New Castle. He was charged with wounding to commit murder. He was also charged with breaking and entering the home and stealing one (1) Samsung Tablet and one (1) speaker all valued at a total of $1953.52 E.C.

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