Stanley Moore gets time in prison for attempted robbery and wounding Print E-mail
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Thursday, 08 June 2017 00:00

Stanley Moore, well-known criminal figure, has been sentenced to a total of 6 years, 5 years for attempted robbery and 1 year for wounding. He was accused of committing the crime against a 73-year-old business man and his friend. Moore’s initial not guilty plea was changed to a guilty one in court on June 7, 2017 before Magistrate Carlon Mendoza.

Moore is presently serving a 9 year prison term for the robbery of a woman which occurred in March 2017. In court for the latest case, Moore pleaded guilty to the attempted robbery of Henry Bulwer, 73-year-old business man, and his friend Richard Thurton, 54-years-old. Because Moore pleaded guilty to the offense and saved the court a trial, he was leniently sentenced. His six year sentence will run concurrently with his previous 9 year sentence.

According to police reports, CIB personnel visited a fruit shop on Raccoon Street after receiving complaints of a robbery. There they spoke to Bulwer and Thurton who reported to them that two male persons entered the business and pointed two firearms at them. Thurton was instructed to hand over money which led to the victim putting up a fight. The attackers quickly overpowered them and as a result, Bulwer was thrown on the ground causing him to sustain injuries. The attackers fled on bicycles until one of them was caught by police who were doing patrols in the area. He was later identified as Stanley Moore.