Skip Navigation
Home
 
Crime Stoppers
 
Confidential Tips
 
News
 
Contact Us
 
FAQ
  The V.I. Department of Justice will provide excellent, independent, and ethical legal services for the U.S. Virgin Islands in order to achieve justice and to assert, protect, and defend the rights of the people.
Office of the Attorney General
History
Solicitor General Division
Civil Division
Criminal Division
Domestic Violence Unit
Family/Special Victims Unit
Bureau of Investigations
White Collar Crime and Public Corruption Section
The Division of Gaming Enforcement
Virgin Islands Civil Rights Commission
Paternity & Child Support Division
Victim Services Unit
Sexual Offender Registry
 
  09/14/2016 Second Man Sentenced For Breaking Into “My Brother’s Workshop”  
    
 

ST. THOMAS, V.I. – The second man who admitted to breaking into “My Brother’s Workshop” and stealing a television monitor and other items has been sentenced for the crime.

V.I. Superior Court Judge James Carroll III handed down a three-year prison sentence on Kyle Woods in accordance with a plea deal offered by Attorney General Claude Earl Walker.

AG Walker said, “My Brother’s Workshop provides paid job training, among other things, to many young men who are at risk in this community, and so, it is unfortunate that as this non-profit entity seeks to help others who desperately need a hand up to get their lives on the right track, it is victimized in this way.”

Kyle, 46, and his accomplice, Allen “Buckwheat” Samuel, 42, both pleaded guilty to third-degree burglary in connection with the Jan. 27 offense.

Last month, Judge Carroll sentenced Samuel to a four-year prison term.

 
  Second man sentenced for breaking into My Brothers Workshop.pdf