Cops’ accountants charged with fraud

| 08/08/2016
Cayman News Service

George Town Police Station

(CNS): Two civilian employees working for the RCIPS accounts department have been charged with a number of fraud related offences. The two women, who have both been placed on required leave have not been named but they are facing charges of obtaining property by deception, false accounting and breach of trust. The staffers, aged 37 and 42, are from West Bay and Bodden Town respectively, but no other details have been released. Police did not say how much money had been taken or under what circumstances the women allegedly committed the offences. They have both been bailed to appear in court on 6 September.

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