Site icon McKoysNews

Clarendon Teen Gets Life in Prison


Micheal Black, 18, was sentenced to life in prison when he appeared in the Home Circuit Court on Wednesday, May 24.

Black, a member of the Clarendon-based Bloods Gang, was charged with various crimes, including the November 2020 double murder of Akeem Murray and Kamar Ramatar in Race Course, Clarendon, and the March 22, 2021 JM$ 1.7 million robbery at the Lasco MoneyGram branch in Chapelton, Clarendon.

The court imposed the following concurrent sentences:

Two counts of Illegal Possession of Firearm – nine years and eight months at hard labour and eight years and three months at hard labour.

Two counts of Murder – Life imprisonment and to serve a period of 20 years and three months before parole for each count

Three counts of Robbery with Aggravation – 11 years at hard labour for one count, 11 years at hard labour for the second count and 11 years and nine months at hard labour for the third count.

Exit mobile version