The scheduled sentencing of three convicted robbers in Supreme Court today [Oct 19] was delayed due to paperwork not being ready on time, and when leaving the Court the female defendant spat on the media.
Ms Zharrin Simmmons and 26-year-old brothers Ezra Williams and Ezra Ararat were convicted of the August 2011 assault and robbery of a couple on Hermitage Road in Devonshire.
The trio were brought out of Court to a waiting prison van, with what appeared to be friends and supporters cheering them on. Ms Simmons came out and spat at the media before getting into the van, while the two brothers left the Court without incident.
Ms Simmons leaving Court:
The trio came back in Supreme Court for sentencing this afternoon, which was delayed due to issues with various paperwork. Justice Juan Wolffe ruled that sentencing was to be adjourned, and the trio will re-appear at the November 3rd Arraignment when a new sentencing date will be set.
The brothers leaving Court:
- Man Denies Unlawfully Possessing A Rifle
- Man Charged With Threatening Witness
- Man Charged With Intimidating A Witness
- Man Remanded On Aggravated Burglary Charges
- Convicted Stalker Given Suspended Sentence
- Admitted Stalker Remanded In Custody