Burglar gets five years
A ST THOMAS man who went on a burglary spree across the north and south of the island was yesterday sentenced to a total of five years’ imprisonment.
Michael Alonza Thomas, 36, of Dunscombe, admitted to 22 burglary charges committed over the past year, when he appeared before Chief Magistrate Pamela Beckles in the Oistins Magistrates’ Court.
However, Thomas still has two more indictable cases to answer including being jointly charged with two women from the same parish.
Thomas, along with Carol-Ann Veronica Roett, also of Dunscombe, and Tiffany Arthur, of Content Land are accused of the December 2010 aggravated burglary of Ian Pickup, of Greggs Farm, St Thomas.
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