The thirty seven year old Westmoreland businessman who confessed to the murder of 14 year old schoolgirl Santoya Campbell was sentenced today in the Westmoreland Circuit Court.
According to the Observer, he was handed a life sentence and will only be eligible for parole after remaining in prison for 25 years.
On Tuesday, January 27, Santoya’s body was discovered in a garbage bag under a bridge close to the Frome Technical High School, where she was a grade eight student.
A subsequent post mortem which proved that the young student was pregnant, also showed she was strangled.
Two days after the discovery of the body, Robinson turned himself over to the police, in the company of his attorney.
He was subsequently charged by the Westmoreland detectives.
Robinson was represented by attorney at law Herman Smart.
Source: Jamaica Observer