Thirty-four-year-old Layne Orlando Royer, who was found guilty of causing the death of Samuel ‘Blanc’ Alie by dangerous driving in 2012, has been fined $15,000, when his sentence was handed down this (Friday) morning.
According to reports, Royer, was the driver of an SUV registration number PE710, when he struck Alie who was at the time crossing the street.
Alie sustained multiple injuries and was pronounced dead at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
In handing down his sentence, Justice Errol Thomas said Royer has six months to pay the fine or face two years in jail. Royer's driver's license was also suspended for six months from February 22nd 2016.
Court Reporter, Carlisle Jno Baptiste has more details.
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