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Parole Board to Convene on Friday, June 24

The Virgin Islands Parole Board (Board) will meet at 9:15 a.m., Friday, June 24, at the Golden Grove Correctional Facility on St. Croix to make a final decision concerning the applications for parole for the following inmates, according to a press release from Attorney General Claude E. Walker issued on Wednesday.
June 24th V.I. Parole Board Meeting
Inmate Name(s) Offense(s) Committed
Renaldo Santos Murder 2nd Degree; Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Crime
Joseph Rodgers Unlawful Sexual Contact (2 Counts)
Allan Wong Murder 2nd Degree
Laughton Clarke Aggravated Rape 2nd Degree; Unlawful Sexual Contact; Assault 1st Degree; Child Abuse; Incest
Daniel Peters Unlawful Sexual Contact 2nd Degree; Robbery 1st Degree; Possession of a Firearm during the Crime of Violence; Assault 1st Degree
Jackari Charles Assault First Degree
Anuery Baez-Reyna Murder 2nd Degree; Unauthorized use of a Firearm during the Commission of a Murder
Jason Stephens Assault 1st Degree; Escape from Custody
Anyone interested in giving information to the board or testifying at the hearing must submit written comments to the board or advise it of his/her desire to appear and testify. Such notices must be received by the Parole Board at least 24 hours prior to the hearing date.
Written comments or requests to testify should be addressed 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, ext.124
Fax: 774-9710

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