Labourer remanded for forging Republic Bank Cheque

Quincy July
Quincy July

[]A 25 – year – old labourer of Lot 215 East Ruimveldt, Georgetown, was remanded to prison by Magistrate Faith McGusty after he was charged with three counts of forgery.

Quincy July was not required to plead to the charge which alleged that on Friday, December 27 at Georgetown; with intent to defraud he uttered a forged Republic Bank cheque to Roopnarine Tiwari, in the sum of $295,450 in favor of Top Brands knowing same to be forged.

Police Prosecutor, Renetta Bentham objected to bail stating that investigations are incomplete and that the offense is a serious one. The accused told the Court that on the day in question, he was with his girlfriend and son at home, when someone named Stanley called and told him that there is a female in car named Pauline and they need his help to deliver some items.

July said that they told him they were very busy preparing for a party and need his help to deliver the items along with a cheque to Palm Court. The man further informed the Court that he was just trying to help out, since there was a shortage of staff.

Bail was refused and July was remanded until January 8.





This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.