Sunday, September 13, 2015

Robbery Suspect Mute After Guilty Plead



A Jamaica man who broke into a house and steal several items plead guilty to the charges but was lost of words when the judge told him he could go to prison for four to five years.

The accused Marlon Grant,19, was charge with burglary, larceny and receiving stolen goods for a robbery he commit between August 21 and August 22. 

He reportedly used a duplicate key to break into a house. 

While he was in court, Senior Magistrate Judith Pusey asked Grant I'd "if there was any reason he should not go to jail"

Grant didn't reply, since he became mute after pleading guilty. 

When the judge inform him how long it could go to jail for, a shocked Grant told the judge he was "speechless". 

He is scheduled to be sentence on October 1. 

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