According to court records, on Saturday, January 12, 2013 at about 1 am, the virtual complainant, Gaspard Dujon, was in his house when he heard a noise coming from his garage, which was about 20 feet away.
When he went to check, he reportedly saw the defendant attempting to lift his air compressor. The defendant reportedly ran with Dujon in pursuit. At some point the defendant took a cutlass, which he had in his possession, and struck Dujon with it, wounding him.
After the trial, Magistrate Velon John found Victor guilty for the offence of seen on a premises and wounding. John indicated that the prosecution had not proven their case for the offence of attempted stealing.
For the offence of seen on premises, he was fined $500 to be paid in 30 days, or in default, three months imprisonment.
For the offence of wounding, he was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment to be suspended for two years.
He was also ordered to pay $1,000 compensation to Dujon in three months or in default spend three months in prison.