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Another conviction for ‘menace’


Another conviction for ‘menace’

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A man deemed a menace to society added another black mark to his name when he appeared in the No. 5A Supreme Court.

It was in 2004 that the now retired Justice Elneth Kentish deemed Wayne Adrian “Pinchers” Lovell a menace to society after he had been convicted of the armed burglary of the then Fontabelle branch of CIBC bank.

At the time he was 27 and sentenced to ten years in jail. That offence became his seventh conviction as he already had convictions for the burglary of the Full Stop Deli, for which he was sentenced to 12 years in jail; two robberies; escaping custody; unlawful possession of a bicycle and unlawful wounding. Now 45 years old, Lovell of Blackman’s Road, My Lord’s Hill, St Michael, admitted to another aggravated burglary charge. (HLE)


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