Man sentenced for uttering threats
A St George’s man who threatened a Harbour Light supervisor has been sentenced to time that he has already served.
Stanley Davis, who has been in custody since he appeared in Magistrates’ Court on January 17, admitted two charges of uttering threatening words and one charge of threatening behaviour.
At his previous appearance, the court heard that Davis, who had been expelled from the addiction programme, attended the Harbour Light premises on November 28 last year. When he was instructed to leave by the complainant, he said: “You f****** dirty Jamaican. I’m going to f*** you up.
“I am going to rape your daughter and also your wife. I am going to kill you, your daughter and your wife.”
He then approached the complainant, threatening to hit him before repeating the offensive words.
The 50-year-old was remanded to Drug Treatment Court. However, the court heard today that he was unsuitable.
Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo sentenced Davis, who has a history of violence, drug-related offences, burglary, to time served.
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