Luther pleaded guilty to the charges which read that on August 7 at East Street Georgetown he broke one truck wind screen valued $40,000 property of Rentokil Pest Control and stole several articles valued $44,000 property of Kevon Ross.
Police Prosecutor Dinero Jones said on the day of the incident the virtual complainant secured his vehicle and went to a house to conduct his duties when an alarmed was raised indicating that someone had broken the wind screen.
The prosecutor said when Ross went to his vehicle he saw the accused with the stolen items in his hand.
Based on the information presented, the Magistrate sentenced Junior Luther to two years imprisonment for the damage to property charge and two years for the simple larceny charge. Both sentences will run concurrently, which means he will only serve two years in prison. [Royan Abrams]