Theft Of Diesel: Three Months In Prison For Theft
5 September 2013 - Défi Media Group
For theft of diesel, a security guard, aged 31 and a resident of La Flora, aged 27, were each sentenced to three months imprisonment. The sentence was imposed by the Vice-President of the Intermediate Court, Renuka Devi Dabee.
In the same trial for harboring diesel mechanic 36 years, also received a sentence of three months in prison. While a resident of Bamboo, 30 years old and tried for complicity, received parole.
This inhabitant of Bamboo has been lucky. He was charged with complicity. His role in this case was to monitor the site for the vigil and the inhabitant of La Flora commit theft. These offenses were committed on 25 March 2012, at Bamboo. He received parole. The requirement issued by the Court is that it will have to provide a deposit of Rs 15,000 and will keep well for a period of two years.
Otherwise, he will have to serve a sentence of three months in prison. As the vigil and the inhabitant of La Flora, they met each of two charges of theft. These crimes were committed in March 2012 in Bamboo. They are accused of stealing a total of 649 liters of diesel at the expense of two private companies.
However, the mechanic was the subject of two counts of concealment of gallons of diesel. The four men pleaded guilty to the charges against them. They repented in court by apologizing to the Court.
Before sentencing, the judge Renuka Devi Dabee mentions having considered the facts surrounding the offense and the fact that the accused pleaded guilty to the charges against them. It notes that the inhabitant of Bamboo has a criminal record while it is not the case for the other two.