Extended Prison Time for Serial Scammer Exploiting Food Delivery Services


A man notorious for swindling food delivery services faced an extended prison sentence after another restaurant fell victim to his scam.

Alrick Oliver, who had already received a two-year sentence for previous offenses, was handed an additional six months in His Majesty’s Prison by Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh.

Oliver had targeted several establishments, including Boundary Bites, Quick Serve Delivery Service, KFC, and Carib Bites, stealing significant amounts of food and drinks.

His hunger-driven crimes involved ordering food for delivery, promising payment, but never returning after receiving the meals.

The recent sentencing reflects the seriousness of his repeated fraudulent actions.

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