A man who reportedly once stole a bible and is a frequent inmate at the Richmond Hill prison has been awarded $EC 2000.00 in compensation for a beating received at the hands of Frequente resident, Kim Hamilton in May 2014.
Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill awarded the compensation package to Kent Patrice of Cherry Hill St, George who was brought from the Richmond Hill prison for the court hearing.
The monetary award was disclosed in court after Hamilton pleaded guilty to a charge of “unlawfully and intentionally causing harm” to the complainant.
According to the Chief Magistrate, the accused has 4 months to
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