They throw him 21 years in prison for robbery of taxi drivers

Panama- In a hearing of multiple requests, the Second Section of Crimes Against Patrimony of the Metropolitan Prosecutor’s Office achieved the sentence of citizen Jashua Atiel Bustamante Clarke, to 21 years in prison for the crime Against Economic Patrimony, in the form of aggravated robbery, in six consecutive cases, to the detriment of taxi drivers.

The events occurred in the town of Calidonia, in the months of September and October 2018, when the convicted man, along with other people, approached his victims, all taxi drivers, with firearms and stab weapons, and stripped them of their belongings and cash.

In addition, he was imposed as an accessory penalty, the prohibition to carry weapons for a term of 18 years, once the main penalty has been served.

At the hearing, on behalf of the Public Prosecutor’s Office, was the prosecutor Elizabeth Carrión Ortega, who presented the elements of conviction that proved the fact under investigation and the individualization of the sentenced person; in the same way, the legalization of the arrest, formulation of the charge and validation of the sentence agreement, all admitted by the Judge of Guarantees, América Vergara.

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