Friday, March 9, 2012

Robbery on the 320 Surrey Central - Update

In January, I saw someone getting robbed one-foot in front of me on the 320 bus to Surrey Central Station.

I received a letter from the Ministry of Children and Family Development that one of the criminals, that can't be named because of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, was placed on what they call a "differed custody and supervision order" which means according to the government.

Deferred custody and supervision order is a community-based alternative to a custodial sentence. Under a deferred custody order, the young person will serve his or her sentence in the community under a set of strict conditions. If these conditions are not followed, the young person may be sent to custody to serve the balance of that sentence.

One other individual was also charged, but I haven't received an update yet as to what happened.

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