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V.I. Justice Department Schedules Parole Hearings

June 8, 2007 – Due to the importance of the Victim/Witness Notification Act, regarding the potential parole of various inmates, Attorney General Vincent F. Frazer has announced two upcoming meetings of the Virgin Islands Parole Board. They will meet at 9:30 a.m., on Thursday, June 14, and Friday, June 15, at the Golden Grove Correctional Facility. The members will consider the applications for parole of the following inmates:
June 14
Inmate Name
Antonio De Jesus (Murder 2nd Degree)
Jason Dickerson (Robbery 1st Degree)
Austin Donovan (Rape 1st Degree)
Princeton Jameson (Murder 2nd Degree)
Vincent Johnson (Burglary 1st Degree)
Vaughn McCarty (Murder 2nd Degree)
Alvin Page (Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm)
Francis Serieux (Assault 1st Degree)
Eren Stevens (Murder 2nd Degree)
Craig Todman (Assault 1st Degree/Burglary 1st Degree)

June 15
Inmate Name
Dennis Corraspe (Assault 1st Degree)
Pablo Belardo (Robbery 3rd Degree)
Boyd Brown Jr. (Robbery 1st Degree)
Eladio Camacho (Involuntary Manslaughter)
Johnny Encarnacion (Murder 2nd Degree)
Darnell Harvey (Assault 3rd Degree)
Nigel Martin (Murder 2nd Degree)
Angel Luis Medina (Burglary 1st Degree)
Alex Nesbitt (Attempted Murder 1st Degree)
Victor Ramos (Voluntary Manslaughter)

Anyone having an interest in giving information to the board or testify at the hearing must submit written comments to the board or advise the board of his/her desire to appear and testify. Such notices must be received by the board at least 24 hours prior to the hearing date. Written comments or requests to testify should be sent to:

Mr. Darien L. Wheatley
Parole Board Coordinator
V.I. Department of Justice
34-38 Kronprindsens Gade
GERS Complex, Second Floor
St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 00802-5712
Tel. 774-5666 / Fax 776-3494

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