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Two Food Fair Staffers Charged With Stealing From The Company

Two Food Fair Staffers Charged With…

Two female employees of F...

Women Charged in 2016 Viral  Toddler Video to be sentenced today

Women Charged in 2016 Viral Toddle…

Two women from the villag...

Boca resident charged with Non-Capital Murder

Boca resident charged with Non-Capi…

A twenty-three-year-old B...

Two men remanded after $300,000 drug bust at sea

Two men remanded after $300,000 dru…

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St. Lucian on Money  Laundering Charges  returns to court today

St. Lucian on Money Laundering Cha…

A twenty-two year-old St ...

Negotiate or Repurchase Grenlec gives government an ultimatum

Negotiate or Repurchase Grenlec giv…

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Man walks free on sex charges, witness admits to lying under oath

Man walks free on sex charges, witn…

A forty-nine year-old man...

Vincentian National on Money Laundering Charge denied bail

Vincentian National on Money Launde…

One Vincentian national h...

Grenada now has its first Hyperbaric Chamber

Grenada now has its first Hyperbari…

In February, the long ant...

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Two Food Fair Staffers Charged With Stealing From The Company

Two female employees of Food Fair Supermarket, Grand Anse have been accused of finding it difficult to keep their hands out of the company’s coffers and made their first court appearance on Wednesday March 22.

The two Vanessa Mc Burnie and Ingrid Mitchell have been charged with the indictable offences of money laundering involving EC$71,700 and using same in proceed of criminal conduct. The crimes for which the two women have been charged are supposed to have been carried out between February 1 and March 18 2017.

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Women Charged in 2016 Viral Toddler Video to be sentenced today

Two women from the village of St. Paul’s in St. George, slapped with a summary charge of causing harm to a toddler after a shared Facebook video went viral in June of 2016 are to be sentenced today Friday.

The two women – Keisha Passie and Josahan Miller, both accepted responsibility for their action by pleading guilty to an amended charge of causing harm to the toddler, before Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill at the St. Georges Magistrate Court on Monday. 

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