Current Affairs
Man jailed for theft and resisting arrest

Francis Formosa of Burmarrad has been jailed for two years and four months after being found guilty of theft aggravated by violence. Formosa was also found guilty of damaging third party property, becoming a relapser and resisting arrest.

The case goes back to September 2015, when accused had stolen cash and jewellery to the detriment of David John Stevens from a residence in St Paul’s Bay.

In Court, Inspector Godwin Scerri also charged accused with contravening bail conditions imposed by three Magistrates’ Courts.

The Court, Magistrate Claire Stafrace Zammit presiding, found Formosa guilty as charged and sentenced him to two years and four months behind bars. Accused was also ordered to pay Court experts’ expenses.

 

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