PHILIPSBURG:— J.R.O. was sentenced on Wednesday, February 22 by the Court of First Instance to 4 years in jail of which 1 suspended. He was found guilty of attempted manslaughter, threat, and lechery. He stabbed Coca-Cola Distributer CC1 Managing Director Iris Delgado in her office on Friday, August 19. The special condition attached to the verdict are that the suspect must remain under the supervision of the probation service, he must receive treatment at the mental Health Foundation and must give periodically urine samples. The prosecutor had asked for the suspect to be sentenced to 6 years in jail.
The Joint Court of Justice on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, also sentenced A.H. to 16 months to the jail of which 8 months suspended with a probation period of 3 years for the possession of 2,904 XTC pills. The Court of First Instance had sentenced A.H. On September 7, 2016, to 2 years in jail. During the hearing by the Joint Court of Justice, the Solicitor General had asked again for a two-year prison sentence. The Joint Court of Justice found it legally and convincingly proven that the XTC-pills belonged to A.H.
Prosecutor’s Office Bulletin
Source: St. Martin News Network
Manslaughter suspect sentenced to 4-years imprisonment.