Paul Amron Cherubin was sentenced to two years in jail by a Bridgetown Magistrate today.
Cherubin, of St Stephens Hill, Black Rock, St Michael pleaded guilty to three offences of stealing clothing valued at $195 belonging to Fabian Cherubin, stealing items worth $262. 32 from Carlton and A1 Supermarket and having apparatus fit for use in connection with cocaine, all in 2014.
Cherubin has spent time at Verdun House and has been evaluated at the Psychiatric Hospital.
Magistrate Graveney Bannister sentenced the 43-year-old to one year on the first count and six months each to run concurrently on the second and third charges.
He has also been ordered to undergo drug rehabilitation and get counselling during his incarceration.
Cherubin then transferred over to the District ‘A’ Magistrates’ Court No. 2 where he appeared before Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant in relation to breaking into Sawh’s Bar and Grocery and stealing $4,211. 30 in items. He has denied that offence which was allegedly committed sometime between April 22 and 23. The matter was adjourned until July 16.