Custom Brokers Bryan Mathew and Foston George charged with several fraud related offences

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On Monday the police arrested and jointly charged 47yr-old Rowan Bryan Mathew of Judges Hill Estates and 46yr-old Foston George of Pares Village with:

1.Three Counts of Cheating the Public Revenue.

2. Four Counts of Obtaining by False Pretence.

3. Three Counts of Conspiracy to Defraud.

4. Three Counts of Making a False Declaration.

5. Six Counts of Electronic Forgery.

6. Three Counts of Fraudulent Conversion.

7. Three Counts of Disposing of Proceeds of Crime

The above mentioned offences were allegedly committed between January and August 2018.

Both men were further charged jointly with One count each of: Cheating the Public Revenue, Conspiracy to Defraud, Making a False Declaration, Obtaining by False Pretence, Disposing of Proceeds of Crime, Fraudulent Conversion and two counts each of Electronic Forgery.

These offences were allegedly committed between 15 and 19 December 2017 in St. Johns

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4 COMMENTS

  1. These two are the most arrogant pricks at customs, they want a few lash with a bullbud. There are more people at customs that didn’t get caught trying to cover their tracks but time longer than rope.

    What happen to the nuff gyal from Buckley’s she get war?

  2. These two are the most arrogant pricks at customs, they want a few lash with a bullbud. There are more people at customs that didn’t get caught trying to cover their tracks but time longer than rope.

    What happen to the nuff gyal from Buckley’s she na get charge?

  3. Mr. Badu, keep cleaning up the Nest of Corruption. Nigel should not have died in vain. Expose them all. This is something going way back to Samuel’s time. He too died a very wicked death. We need to bring integrity back into the system. Money corrupts people. We need to have an integrity department that continuously scrutinizes people in certain trust positions and see if they are living above their paycheck. And this has to include politicians. Yes, I know there is a reporting duty to the Integrity Commission but that is all. We need more investigative action taken in people’s daily lives. That way they will know that there is a watching eye, which watch over them. I suggest empowering the ONDCP with this task. Keep our Public Serv ants clean from Corruption. We entrust a lot to them. I don’t go to bed wondering if the Bank Manager has stolen my money. Why should I worry about our Public Servants.

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