Men charged for stealing hurricane relief items

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Everton Waldron

The two men who were taken into custody by police, following investigations into the alleged theft of NODS Hurricane Relief Items, have been chareged.

Dion Browne of All Saints was charged on Tuesday with Larceny of a quantity of food and household items, the property of NODS, valued at EC $3,105.20. He was further charged with Receiving of the said items, knowing them to have been stolen.

Dion Browne

Similarly, police have charged 50 year old Everton Waldron of Bolans Village with Larceny of a quantity of food and household items, the property of NODS. The items are valued at EC$20, 205.79. He was also charged with receiving the same items knowing that they were stolen. Both offences occurred sometime between June 2017 and January 2018 on American Road.

Browne was employed at NODS as a Relief Manager and Everton Waldron was employed as a Driver. They are expected before the court on Wednesday.

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  1. We knew it was bound to happen. What about the cash donations? Who else stole from the cookie jar? Let’s hope the investigations continues beyond NODS to other government and non-governmental agencies!

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