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Parole Board Meeting Results Announced

July 29, 2008 – The Virgin Islands Parole Board met on Wednesday, July 2, Thursday, July 10 and Friday, July 11, at the Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility on St. Croix, to consider the applications for parole for several inmates. The results of those meetings are listed below.
JULY 2, 2008
Inmate Name; Offense(s) Committed; Parole Status
Milton Gordon; Murder 2nd Degree; Disapproved
Alf Smith; Assault 3rd Degree ; Disapproved
Laurie Francis; Embezzlement; Approved
Ashille Webster; Robbery 1st Degree; Disapproved
Lionel Baron; Assault 1st Degree; Disapproved
Auguste Charlemagne; Child Abuse/Rape; Approved
Eduardo Garcia Jr.; Murder 2nd Degree; Disapproved
Joseph Woodfolk; Attempted Murder ; Disapproved
Roebuck; Assault 3rd Degree; Approved
The Parole Board also held a revocation hearing for Aldelbert Nico and decided not to revoke Nico's parole.
JULY 10, 2008
Akimo White; Voluntary Manslaughter; Disapproved
Hilario Castillo; Aggravated Rape; Disapproved
Khaleem Truell; Reckless Endangerment; Disapproved
Hubert Rhymer; Rape/Kidnapping; Disapproved
Eric McBean; Murder 2nd Degree; Disapproved
Davis Lawrence; Aggravated Rape; Approved
Ishmael Martinez; Murder 2nd Degree; Disapproved
Wilfred Edwards; Possession of Stolen Property; Disapproved
JULY 11, 2008
Felipe Ledesma; Aggravated Rape; Disapproved
Frank Longabardi; Child Abuse; Approved
Leroy Hodge; Murder 2nd Degree; Disapproved
John Bastian; Rape 1st Degree; Disapproved
Clayton Boyce; Burglary 3rd Degree; Approved
Kishowan George; Robbery 1st Degree; Approved
The parole hearing scheduled for Luis Osorio was postponed to a later date yet to be announced.

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