Trio get 80 years for mini mart murder

-as judge sends ‘strong message’ to potential offenders

Steffon Campbell, Faisal Moore and Ray Yokum were last evening each sentenced to 80 years in jail after a jury convicted them for the murder of Glen Xavier, who was fatally shot during a robbery at the Cornbread Mini Mart on the night of May 9, 2012.

Trial judge Justice Navindra Singh, in handing down the sentences, said that a strong message needed to be sent to potential offenders and that the scourge which seems to have overtaken the society will not be tolerated by the courts. …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In.

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