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V.I. Parole Board Releases Hearing Results

Virgin Islands Bureau of Corrections

The Virgin Islands Parole Board advises the public that it has reviewed four parole applications during December 2021 and has determined the following in accordance with the requirements of the V.I. parole statute, 5 V.I.C. §§ 4601-4606:

Inmate’s Name Offense(s) Committed Parole Status

Abdul Pemberton Possession of an unlicensed firearm Parole Granted

Stephanie Ziegler Negligent Homicide Parole Denied

Shawn Akeem Joseph Voluntary Manslaughter Parole Denied

Jahzeel Fenton First Degree Assault/Domestic Violence Parole Denied

During the continuation of the December 2021 parole hearing held on January 13, 2022, the board has reviewed eight parole applications and has determined the following in accordance with the requirements of the V.I. parole statute, 5 V.I.C. §§ 4601-4606:

Inmate’s Name Offense(s) Committed Parole Status

Nathaniel Hazel Second degree murder/parole revocation Parole Granted

Joel Vicars Second degree murder/grand larceny Parole Granted

Isaiah Simmons Third Degree Assault Parole Denied

Richard Ireland First Degree Assault Parole Denied

Charlesworth Gonsalves Second Degree Aggravated Rape/Child Abuse/DV Parole Denied

Nicholas Albert First Degree Murder (while a minor)/Escape from Jail Parole Denied

Jahmal Todman Possession of a Firearm in a School Zone Parole Denied

Josiah Hodge Second Degree Murder/unauthorized possession of a firearm Parole Denied

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