"The delinquents wanted on both sides on the island cannot hope for impunity by crossing the border"


“In the continuity of the very good local cooperation between the prosecutors of Basse-Terre (and the prosecutor's office seconded to Saint-Martin) and Sint-Maarten, a young Saint-Martin aged 22, who had just served a prison sentence of 2 years in Sint-Maarten for acts of theft committed in part Dutch, was handed over, last Friday, by the Dutch authorities at the request of the French authorities who requested his extradition ”, specifies the seconded public prosecutor of Saint-Martin in A press release.

The individual in question must indeed answer for a sentence of 6 years imprisonment pronounced against him for two aggravated thefts committed in April 2015 (attacks on motorists by armed and hooded individuals), with the issuance of a warrant. judgment which had been the subject of international dissemination, on the basis of the European Convention on Extradition of 1957.

Placed under extradition nut since last November in Sint-Maarten, he consented to his return to France and the gendarmerie (platoon of the republican guard and research section) went to look for him in Philipsburg, and the KPSM escorted them to the border, then his rights were notified to him and he was presented to the public prosecutor's office, which notified him of the arrest warrant and the conviction, indicating that he could appeal.

The individual was then transferred to Guadeloupe to be imprisoned in the prison of Basse-Terre ”.

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