March 5, 2010
Judge hands down 25-year sentence to Bain, Woodley

Sheldon Bain and Webster Woodley will both spend the next 25 years in prison.{{more}}

This sentence was handed down to them at the High Court on Friday, February 26, 2010. Resident judge, Justice Frederick Bruce-Lyle, issued the sentence

This comes nearly a year and three months after the duo were convicted for the murder of taxi operator, Peter Joseph.

Joseph, who was the victim of a robbery, was shot several times about his body in Cane Hall on November 29, 2004.

The two still have other separate murder trials that they have to answer to, including the killing of Woodley’s mother and stepfather in December 2004, for which Bain has been charged. Woodley has also been charged in connection with the murder of Livingston Primus of Sion Hill in August 2004.