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Stained glass breaker must pay for deed

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Almost four years after Renison Isaiah Prince went on a rampage at the historic St Mary’s Anglican Church, leaving it with thousands of dollars in damage to stained glass windows, he was released on time served but ordered to pay for his deeds, when he reappeared in the No. 2 Supreme Court yesterday.

In addition, he has committed himself to random drug testing and taking his medication as part of his sentence.

Prince, 29, of Fairfield, Black Rock, St Michael, had pleaded guilty, at an earlier Session of the Continuous Sittings, to damaging 19 stained glass windows and a plant pot belonging to the church on October 22, 2017.

He was represented by attorney Simon Clarke, while Senior Crown Counsel Olivia Davis prosecuted. (HLE)

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