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Trio released on bail

todays courtThree people charged in connection with more than $100,000 in fraud were released on bail Friday by District ‘A’ Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant.

However, the trio was ordered to re-appear in court on October 4.

Reynold Randolph Roach, 49, of #3B Lower Estate Heights St Michael; Cherry-Ann Karen Lashley, 43, of Melrose, St Thomas and Robert DaCosta Walker, 46, also of Melrose St Thomas are jointly accused of stealing $39,750 from Prophet Fresh Fruit and Variety between March 26, 2016 and April 19, 2016.


Lashley and Walker are also jointly charged with stealing $5,000 from the same business on April 20, 2016, while Roach is facing five other fraud-related charges dating back to 2011.

Court records show that between September 30, 2011 and June 17, 2015, Roach allegedly stole $18,000 belonging to Stephen Prescod. He is also charged with stealing $8,000 between September 23, 2013 and June 30, 2015, which were the proceeds of a Barbados National Bank cheque, made payable to himself, but which belonged to Henderson Gibbs.

Additionally, between September 19, 2014 and April 27, 2015, Roach allegedly stole $14,500, the proceeds of a CIBC draft, payable to him, but which belonged to a Vernon Stevenson. He also faces two other similar charges that involved well over $23,000 of Stevenson’s money.

Before releasing the trio on bail, the magistrate told them they had to adhere to a number of conditions, which included reporting to specified police stations twice weekly and surrendering their passports.

4 Responses to Trio released on bail

  1. Hellkat Sweetz
    Hellkat Sweetz July 16, 2016 at 6:22 am

    Only convicted people should be in prison

  2. Richard Braithwaite July 16, 2016 at 8:09 am

    It think the judiciary system in bBarbados
    Is laughable …..!
    Person steals a loaf of bread last week.!
    2 months in Dodds for his troubles !
    Man steals an old TV..gets 2 years in Dodds..!
    What’s going on ?

  3. jrsmith July 16, 2016 at 9:52 am

    I must keep reminding bajans this is what we have allowed our country to come to, out of our control depending on non trustworthy politicians who has now learnt the way from the white man how to control our black people…
    (THEM AND US) no chance of splitting the us down the middle…


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