Sentencing Delayed In Clayton Fernander Case

YESTERDAY’s expected sentencing of Excel Josey and Maurice Armbrister, who were convicted of the attempted armed robbery and attempted murder of Police Superintendent Clayton Fernander, is now set for June 3 because a report due from the prison was not ready.

In a hearing last Friday, Supt Fernander urged the court to sentence the two men to life in prison. However, the lawyers for Josey and Armbrister asked the court to exercise mercy.

Supt Fernander was shot multiple times in the arm and upper body when two masked, armed men confronted him shortly after he pulled up to his home in the St Vincent Road area on April 10, 2013.


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