Prosecutor’s Office Bulletin: Scotia Bank robber sentenced to 180 days in jail

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640x360 scotia bank robbers FrontPHILIPSBURG, Sint Maarten — G.J.F. (34) born in Poland was sentenced on Wednesday, August 10, by the Court in First Instance to 180 days in jail in the investigation code named “Liesgras.”

The Prosecutor’s Office had also asked for a jail sentence of 180 days. G.J.F. was found guilty of extorting an employee of Scotiabank on February 5, and managing to steal NAf. 9,220 and US $8,730 in cash.

He was also found guilty of staging a false bomb threat in the Scotiabank that day. The suspect was sent back to immigration in St. Maarten by BVI immigration officials on March 18.

The Court in First Instance also granted an order to recover proceeds of crime submitted by the Prosecutor’s Office for the amounts of money stolen.

He was also found guilty of staging a false bomb threat in the Scotiabank that day. The suspect was sent back to the immigration in St. Maarten by the immigration of the BVI on March 18.

The court in First Instance also granted an order to recover proceeds of crime submitted by the Prosecutor’s Office for the amounts of money stolen.