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Forged Documents lands duo in court

Forged Documents lands duo in court. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Two men were recently charged by the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) in connection with the utterance and possession of forged documents.

This, according to the RVIPF, which said that on March 13, 2019, last Eduard D. Ramirez, 34, of Horse Path, was arrested and charged for ‘Uttering Forged Documents, Handling Stolen Goods, Theft and Possession of Proceeds of Criminal Conduct.’

He has since been granted bail in the sum of $30,000, with one surety for his appearance at the Magistrate’s Court on May 3, 2019.

Police,the following day, also arrested and charged Donald Lettsome, 25, of Great Mountain for ‘Uttering Forged Documents, Possession of Proceeds of Criminal Conduct and Destroying Property.’

He was granted bail in the sum of $30,000 with one surety for his appearance at the Magistrate’s Court on May 3, 2019.

The RVIPF has since also reported that Jamoy Estridge of Fresh Water Pond, West End, was arrested and charged for Assault Occasioning Actual Bodily Harm.

He was granted bail in the sum of $15,000, signed by one surety and is to appear at the Magistrate’s Court.

Police also arrested and charged Lesroy Osbourne, 50, a native of St Kitts and Nevis residing at Fahie Hill, Tortola, for Criminal Damage.

He was granted bail in the sum of $6,000 with one surety.

Meanwhile, Police also arrested and charged Keiran Chung, 29, for Disorderly Conduct, Drunkenness in a Public Place, Indecent Language and Resisting Arrest. 

On March 15, 2019, an 18 year-old—Jakeya Fergus, of the Valley, Virgin Gorda—was arrested and charged for theft and was granted bail in the sum of $10,000 with one signed surety.

4 Responses to “Forged Documents lands duo in court”

  • asking for a friend (21/03/2019, 13:37) Like (20) Dislike (16) Reply
    when you all going lock up the pollitians the former government?
  • east end (21/03/2019, 14:12) Like (3) Dislike (8) Reply
    Fresh got set up and snitched on snm
  • wize up (22/03/2019, 07:29) Like (3) Dislike (3) Reply
    Justice is really blind: what stands out in this edition was the criminal conduct; here we have some standing trial while some still roaming free: is it justice or just-us because there are concerns surrounding the on explicable movement of money from the government treasury within the last 8 years and not one thing have been done but the small people dem standing trial(what a hot mess)
  • Bulldawg (22/03/2019, 10:45) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    You are certainly right with that one.
    The evidence are crystal clear to lock them up but I guess the magistrate is blind so to speak.


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