Tag: forgery

Son jailed for trying to sell father’s property

Son jailed for trying to sell father’s property

| 02/04/2019 | 18 Comments

(CNS): Admiral “Andy” Anderson Jr (50), from George Town, has been jailed for 3½ years for trying to sell his father’s land and property without permission. Anderson was convicted last October of several forgery charges and an attempt to obtain property by deception after he tried to dispose of the family’s assets and pocket the […]

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Woman admits stealing $400k from employers

Woman admits stealing $400k from employers

| 13/01/2019 | 125 Comments

(CNS): Nadia Miranda Powery pleaded guilty Friday to stealing over US$400,000 from her former employer, Cayman Villas, between November 2015 and December 2016, when she worked there as an accountant. Powery was charged with several counts of theft as well as obtaining property by deception and forgery relating to cheques she paid to herself. Despite […]

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Pastor denies forgery charges

Pastor denies forgery charges

| 14/05/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A pastor from the Bethel Refuge Apostolic Church pleaded not guilty Friday to two counts of forgery in relation to allegations that he presented false documents relating to the religious establishment and its incorporation some five years ago. Christopher Murray (42) denied the charges when they were read to him, before he was bailed until […]

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Tennis club’s former boss charged with list of crimes

Tennis club’s former boss charged with list of crimes

| 04/05/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Police have confirmed that Rob Seward (46), the former general manager and head pro-trainer at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, has been charged with multiple counts of theft, forgery, obtaining property by deception, uttering a forged document, and converting, disguising or concealing proceeds of criminal conduct in connection with cash taken from the club’s bank […]

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Suspect charged over fraudulent incorporation

Suspect charged over fraudulent incorporation

| 21/02/2018 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A Bodden Town man has been formally charged with forgery and uttering a false document, the police have said. The unidentified 42-year-old man is due to appear in court on 20 March after the charges were laid Monday in relation to documents submitted by the man in 2012 and 2013 to incorporate an entity. […]

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Developer discharged in forgery case

Developer discharged in forgery case

| 10/05/2017 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A local developer who faced a forgery charge was cleared by the Grand Court this week ahead of a scheduled trial when the crown offered no evidence against him. Prosecutors told the court that the charges against Lewis Molson Ebanks should be discontinued because of difficulties the crown had locating witnesses but reserved the […]

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Forged $50 and $100 bills recovered by police

Forged $50 and $100 bills recovered by police

| 09/08/2016 | 2 Comments

(CNS): The RCIPS Financial Crimes Unit (FCU) has received a number of counterfeit KYD notes, which were collected last month. The $50 and $100 bills are all from the “D” series and the $50 banknotes all bear the same serial number. The police are currently investigating the incidents of passing counterfeit currency and they are […]

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Crown claims Bouchard defrauded elderly man

Crown claims Bouchard defrauded elderly man

| 05/04/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS): The trial of 55-year-old Michelle Bouchard, a Canadian accused of defrauding an elderly man of over $2 million, began Tuesday afternoon. Opening the case for the prosecution, Simon Russell Flint QC said, “This is a case about greed — greed on a massive scale. This defendant became desperate to become rich in her late […]

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$2 million theft case adjourned for fifth time

$2 million theft case adjourned for fifth time

| 17/08/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): A Woman due to face trial today for allegedly conning an elderly man out of over $2 million while she was involved in a relationship with him will now not answer the charges until 29 March 2016. In what is the fifth postponement of the case against Michelle Bouchard (54), the crown was forced […]

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False documents directly involve CoP

False documents directly involve CoP

| 14/08/2015 | 64 Comments

(CNS): Commissioner of Police David Baines has confirmed that the RCIPS is looking into allegations that documents related to a lawsuit between the premier and the opposition leader are forged and that some of the correspondence involves him. As a result, the senior cop said he is not involved in the probe but has handed […]

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Alden reveals ‘false document’ enquiry

Alden reveals ‘false document’ enquiry

| 13/08/2015 | 24 Comments

(CNS): The police are allegedly investigating allegations of forged and false documents that have emerged as a result of the legal battle between opposition leader McKeeva Bush and the premier. As Bush debated his private member’s motion Wednesday morning requesting a revision to the make-up of the Anti-Corruption Committee, he attempted to read out some […]

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