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Teenager charged over fast-food robbery

Teenager charged over fast-food robbery

| 13/07/2018
(CNS): A 17-year-old-boy from George Town was expected in court today, Friday, to face charges of attempted robbery and possession of an unlicensed firearm in connection with an armed hold-up at the Captain’s Bakery fast-food restaurant on West Bay Road. The teenager was arrested shortly after [...]

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$24M fine for marketing firm that bribed Webb

$24M fine for marketing firm that bribed Webb

| 11/07/2018 | 42 Comments
(CNS): Spanish sports media company, Imagina, which was caught up in the FIFA corruption scandal, having paid $3 million in bribes to Jeffrey Webb from the Cayman Islands, has been ordered to pay $24 million in fines and restitution by a New York judge after its affiliate company in the US pleaded g [...]

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Octogenarian charged with trying to kill wife

Octogenarian charged with trying to kill wife

| 10/07/2018
(CNS): An 83-year-old Caymanian man from George Town appeared in summary court on Monday, facing attempted murder charges following a violent assault on his wife last week. William Glasgow was arrested after the attack at the couple’s home in Tropical Gardens last Wednesday night. The victim, [...]

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Charging roadblock lands local man in dock

Charging roadblock lands local man in dock

| 05/07/2018
(CNS): LeShawn Shaheem Forrester (23) is facing trial in Grand Court this week for a catalog of offences that began when he charged through a police roadblock last June. The George Town man was charged with dangerous driving, the possession of an imitation firearm with intent and causing harassment [...]

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Jury acquits local immigration agent of theft

Jury acquits local immigration agent of theft

| 04/07/2018 | 111 Comments
(CNS): The owner of a well-known local immigration business, Paulette Anglin-Lewis (54), was acquitted on Wednesday of two counts of theft, after a jury began deliberating on Tuesday morning. The four women and three men found her not guilty of stealing more than $55,000 from one of her clients aft [...]

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Dishonesty charges mount against GT woman

Dishonesty charges mount against GT woman

| 02/07/2018
(CNS): Judith Douglas (52) has been charged with two counts of obtaining property by deception after accepting payments of $4,000 for undisclosed items which she then refused to turn over, police said in a release on Friday. Douglas, who has been remanded in custody and is due to appear in court aga [...]

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Agent denies using client’s cash to save business

Agent denies using client’s cash to save business

| 29/06/2018
(CNS): Paulette Anglin-Lewis denied that she had used a client’s money to save her business instead of paying his permanent residency fees, when she took the witness stand in her own defence against theft charges on Thursday. The owner of Anglin-Lewis & Associates, an immigration services [...]

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Foots acquitted, statues are not obscene

Foots acquitted, statues are not obscene

| 28/06/2018 | 82 Comments
(CNS): Cayman Brac artist Ronald Gregory Kynes, known as “Foots”, said he wanted to cry when he was acquitted of the charge of being in possession of an obscene publication Wednesday, after Magistrate Kirsty-Ann Gunn found that the pieces of art in question were neither obscene nor tending to co [...]

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Crown says immigration agent stole $55k from client

Crown says immigration agent stole $55k from client

| 26/06/2018
(CNS): Paulette Anglin-Lewis (54) appeared in Grand Court on Tuesday, facing charges of theft in connection with more than CI$55,000 that the crown said she stole from one of her clients. The owner of Anglin-Lewis & Associates, a well-known immigration service company that has been in business f [...]

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Fugitive blames health issues for absence

Fugitive blames health issues for absence

| 25/06/2018 | 72 Comments
(CNS): David Meadors (53), who was convicted of possession of an illegal gun but failed to appear in court last month for additional charges, is in the United States at his home in Hollywood, South Florida, according to a report in the local press. Meadors told the Sun Sentinel that he did not answe [...]

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Couple jailed for 12 years in jewel heist

Couple jailed for 12 years in jewel heist

| 25/06/2018 | 15 Comments
(CNS): Madeinys Pol-Ebanks (39) and Adrian Adela Gea (33) were jailed for 12 years on Friday for robbery following a judge alone trial in March, where they were convicted of an armed hold-up at Mitzi’s Fine Jewelry store on the West Bay Road in 2015. The couple, who are both originally from Cub [...]

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