Two more Years for Denfield Lemoth Print E-mail
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Thursday, 15 May 2014 00:00

Denfield Lemoth who is serving two jail terms amounting to 12 years had two more years added to his time on Wednesday May 14. He appeared before Magistrate Dale Cayetano where he was sentenced to 2 years in prison which are to run consecutive to the time he is already serving. 

On April 13, 2013, Errol Belisle was at a Chinese store on Raccoon Street when Lemoth walked into the store and zipped open Belisle’s backpack and removed his wallet which contained $800 in cash, his social security card, ATM Card and driver’s license.

He was then confronted by Belisle who said that he felt when someone touched his backpack, which made him spin around and that’s when he came face to face with Lemoth.

But when he confronted Lemoth and asked him to hand over his missing wallet, Lemoth refused and instead walked out of the Chinese grocery store. As he was escaping the crime scene, a police mobile caught up with him.  The victim, Belisle had given them a description of his attacker and that’s when they set chase behind Lemoth who they caught up with.

Lemoth had ran into a nearby yard but was caught and was found in possession of Belisle’s wallet containing the $800 cash and all his personal belongings.

Denfield Lemoth was first convicted before the Chief Magistrate for a similar offense of dishonesties where he was sentenced to 7 years.
In 2013, a year ago, he was convicted of burglary and sentenced to 5 years.