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Venezuelan charged for Illegal Entry, Possession of Proceeds of Criminal Conduct

- Randy Contreras Medrano also charged for Taking Conveyance
A Venezuela national has been arrested and charged for Possession of Proceeds of Criminal Conduct, Taking Conveyance and Illegal Entry, according to the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF). Photo: VINO/File.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- A Venezuela national has been arrested and charged for Possession of Proceeds of Criminal Conduct and Taking Conveyance.

According to the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF), in their Arrest Blotter for November 8-14, 2020, Randy Contreras Medrano, 26, was also slapped with the charge of Illegal Entry.

Police arrested the Venezuelan on November 11, 2020, around 2:53pm.

Meanwhile, Daryl George, 35, of Virgin Gorda was also charged for Possession of Proceeds of Criminal Conduct and Taking Conveyance.

Police did not state when the two men will make a court appearance.

9 Responses to “Venezuelan charged for Illegal Entry, Possession of Proceeds of Criminal Conduct”

  • Real Talk (20/11/2020, 12:25) Like (11) Dislike (2) Reply
    Someone please tell what is the deal with these venezula who are they working for illegal entry. Drugs . Pregnant. Cash
    Soon they will run customs immigration and the police people wake up thin ice ahed governor and head of police open your eyes raceteering .drugs curruption nepotismn.
    • King kali (20/11/2020, 15:20) Like (17) Dislike (3) Reply
      The governor want the navy ship in the water to protect the border but the current administration doesn't want the UK ship because it will observe all the illegal entry of drugs and smuggling of money..
  • Blindman (20/11/2020, 13:31) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    When venezulian appear illegal here is the drugs they came with on the vessel police look into their company they around.
  • Junior (20/11/2020, 15:28) Like (6) Dislike (4) Reply
    There are alot more illegal persons on the island even persons who have over stay there vacation since January but immigration and police have alot of friends that is why nothing can't be done..immigration should have records in there system who have entered the bvi and who leave..they should have system where it should have shown who is still on the island and their location..I have noticed some person have 6 months or even 9 months vacation visa..why is that such..why would they are here for that amount of time?when there isn't much to do on the island since it's a pandemic!..immigration need to fix what is broken or get someone els.
  • Just saying (20/11/2020, 15:38) Like (8) Dislike (1) Reply
    Venezuela was a great country just a couple of years ago until an idiot & a set of clowns destroy the country putting millions of people lives in jeopardy
  • DA Realist (20/11/2020, 20:23) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Please have an understanding that not all islands/ countries borders have re-opened and in this case, there are Venezuelan who are here illegally because even if they leave, they are no connecting flights from DR to get them home. It appears as though DR is the only in transit route in the Caribbean for those nationals, so they are stranded here. There should be documentation at the Immigration Dept to verify who is here and who or where these persons were staying.
    • Junior (20/11/2020, 22:38) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
      The Venezuelan are here because its visa free entry and Dominican republic they need visa because they have over crowded the country that is why DR put visa restrictions to travel to I am seeing the immigration department isn't doing much other than holding passports of persons who are willing to seek better employment because of previous employers not getting jobs..look at the round about in town every morning a bunch of Spanish looking for work..if that was jamaican,vincentian or guyanese labour department and immigration would have done a raid..I don't hate my DR people but what goes for one goes for all..
  • y (21/11/2020, 15:24) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    It look like some one in torla and Venezuelan have something in common man

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