Former PA now charged with robbery

| 22/10/2015 | 0 Comments
Cayman News Service

Christine Rae-Smith

(CNS): The office administrator who was sacked by the George Town MLAs, Roy McTaggart and Winston Connolly, from her constituency office job following her arrest this summer in connection with an armed robbery has been charged. Christine Rae-Smith was expected to appear in court on Thursday morning to face three counts of robbery and one count of possessing an imitation gun in relation to an armed robbery at a nail salon in George Town in July.

She had also been arrested in connection with a home invasion in the Raleigh Quay area in June, where money collected for charity was stolen, but it is not clear if she is now charged in connection with that crime.

Paul Myles has already been charged with both robberies and his case is already in the Grand Court justice system.

Rae-Smith had taken her labour dispute with her former political bosses to the labour department, claiming that the two George Town C4C MLAs refused to pay her what she was owed in accordance with the labour law.

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