Murder Suspect Sentenced to Prison for Not Wearing a Mask

Murder Suspect Sentenced to Prison for Not Wearing a Mask

A man on remand for a charge of murder was sentenced to three months in prison for not wearing a mask during COVID lockdowns. Twenty-three-year-old Robert Lamb was found guilty of the offense in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court for failure to wear a face mask or other face or nose covering during the pandemic and was fined one thousand dollars. However, since he is on remand for the murder of Gabriel Tillett, he opted to serve out the sentence instead of paying the fine. Lamb is jointly charged with twenty-six-year-old Kevin Lanza for Tillett’s murder.///

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