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V.I. Parole Board to Consider Inmate Applications in June

Attorney General Claude E. Walker advises the public that the Virgin Islands Parole Board (Board) will meet on Thursday and Friday, June 22 and 23, at the Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility on St. Croix; on June 26-27, at Saguaro Correctional Center, Eloy, Ariz.; on June 28 at Wallens Ridge State Prison, Big Stone Gap, Va.; and on June 28, at Keen Mountain Correctional Center, Oakwood, Va.  All meetings will start at 8 a.m. and the afternoon sessions will start at 12:30 p.m. to consider the applications for parole for the following inmates:

June 22, 2017 (Thursday)

Inmate’s Name                      Offense(s) Committed

Renaldo Santos                    Murder 2nd Degree; Possession of a

                                             Firearm during a Commission of a Crime

Wesley Matthias                 Unlawful Sexual Contact 1st Degree

Wilson Fuentes                    Voluntary Manslaughter; Assault 3rd Degree; unauthorized Possession of a Firearm

Jeff Davis                              1st Degree Assault Degree; Assault 3rd Degree

Jonathan Hakim                           Voluntary Manslaughter; Possession of a Firearm

Roberto Medina                           Murder 2nd Degree

Akeem Williams                  Voluntary Manslaughter; Assault 3rd Degree; Using a dangerous Weapon during the commission of a crime of violence

Dekurmar Rogers               Grand Larceny

James Nibbs                         Arson 2nd Degree

Joseph Rogers                      Unlawful Sexual Contact/Domestic Violence


Eric Miller                            Murder 2nd Degree; Assault 3rd Degree; Possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a crime of violence

Michael James                     Burglary 1st Degree; Unlicensed possession of a firearm

Richard Durham                 Assault 2nd Degree

June 23, 2017 (Friday) – The board will hear testimony from persons for and against inmates incarcerated at the Citrus County Detention Center, Lecanto, Fla., and Saguaro Correctional Center, Eloy, Ariz.

June 26-27, 2017 (Monday and Tuesday) inmates at Saguaro Correctional Center

Inmate’s Name                      Offense(s) Committed

Dennis Nesbeth                    Unlawful Sexual Contact First

Javier Rodriquez                 Rape 1st Degree

Jerome Turnbull                 Possession of Ammunition; Kidnapping; Robbery 1st Degree; Possession of a Firearm, Assault 1st Degree

Rinel Ferdinand                  Murder 2nd Degree

Jeffrey Dawkins                  Escape from Custody; Robbery 1st Degree; Possession of Deadly Weapon

Jemni Barnes                       Murder 2nd Degree      

Glenford Prince                   Murder 2nd; Possession of a Deadly Weapon

Hector Mercardo                Robbery 1st Degree; Grand Larceny

Angel Rivera                        Unlawful Sexual Contact

Anselmo Boston                  Assault 3rd Degree

June 28, 2017 (Wednesday) inmates at Keen Mountain Correctional Center and Wallens Ridge State Prison

Inmate’s Name                      Offense(s) Committed

Mark Peltier                         Murder 2nd Degree

Anuery Baez Reyna            Murder 2nd Degree; Unauthorized use of a firearm during the commission of 2nd Degree murder

Johnny Martinez                 Murder 2nd Degree; Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm

Daniel Peters                                  Assault 1st Degree; Possession of a Firearm during       

Commission of Violence; Unauthorized possession of Vehicle; Possession of Stolen Property; Unlawful Sexual Contact 2nd Degree

June 29-30, 2017 (Thursday and Friday) inmates at Citrus County Detention Center

Inmate’s Name                      Offense(s) Committed

Delroy Woods                      Robbery 1st Degree, Assault 3rd Degree, Unauthorized Possession of a Firearm

Kamal Thomas                    Assault 3rd Degree; Using a Dangerous Weapon during a 3rd Degree Assault; Threat to a Witness

Clifton Fahie                        Simple Assault & Battery; Burglary 2nd; False Imprisonment

Shiloh Urgent                       Voluntary Manslaughter

Donna Webbe                      Voluntary Manslaughter

Arnold Malone                    Attempted Murder 1st degree

Lasima M’bilashaka                    Assault 1st Degree

Fidencio Hernandez                     Negligent Homicide

Jamal Arthur                                 Murder 2nd Degree

Jelani Pitman                       Assault 1st Degree

Rafael Rivera                       Murder 2nd Degree

Joseph Frith                         Aggravated Rape 2nd Degree, Incest; Domestic Violence

Marc Thomas                      Robbery First Degree

Edward James                     Possession of Stolen Property

Carlos Ingles                        Robbery 1st Degree

Jahleel Warner                    Robbery 1st Degree

Walter Pitman                     Grand Larceny

Edward Warner Richards Aggravated Assault and Battery; Grand Larceny

Anyone interested in giving information to the Board or testifying at the hearing must submit written comments to the Board or advise the Board of his/her desire to appear and testify.  Such notices must be received by the Board at least three days prior to June 26.

Written comments or requests to testify should be addressed to:

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 x124/Fax: – 774-9710


Ms. Debra Liburd, Project Coordinator – Parole

Bureau of Correction

Golden Grove Adult Correctional Facility

R.R. 1, Box 9950

Kingshill, VI  00851

Tel:  778-0400 x 4705/Fax:  712-3117

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