Jamal Amal Skeete will be sentenced on November 2 for three acts of sacrilege he committed back in 2018.
Madam Justice Pamela Beckles set the date recently after hearing sentencing submissions from the prosecution and defence.
In the meantime, the 32-year-old, who is recorded as having no fixed place, is on $1 500 bail with an order that he is to be indoors between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m. daily.
Skeete had pleaded guilty to three counts of sacrilege. He admitted to entering Mount Pisgah Spiritual Baptist Church, a divine place of worship, between February 1 and 2, 2018, with intent to commit theft.
He also admitted to entering Way Truth Ministries between February 6 and 7, 2018 and stealing four cartons of juice, a sugar canister, a malt, and $744.14 cash, with a total value of $776.44. He entered that place of worship again between February 8 and 9, 2018 and stole two packs of scrubbers, a box of garbage bags, two tins of powder, four bottles of window cleaner, three bottles of toilet cleaner, six cans of air freshener, a gallon of disinfectant and a pack of cloth wipes, all worth $72.75.
Skeete is represented by attorney-at-law Sade Harris. Senior State Counsel Joyann Catwell and State Counsel Tito Holder are the prosecutors.