Montego, Bay, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) – Hotel Employees Fraud Case: the prosecution is yet to complete the case file for two hotel workers who were charged following the disappearance of a large quantity of money from a prominent Montego Bay hotel.
Facing the fraud charge is Kirk Hanson and Keisha Johnson, both of St. James addresses. They are represented by attorneys-at-law Martyn Thomas and Henry McCurdy respectively.
Details of the allegations were not outlined and the exact sum involved was not disclosed. However, it is reported that between 2014 and 2016, a vast quantity of money went missing from the hotel in question.
Investigations were carried out and both parties, who were working in the accounts department at the time were implicated, which resulted in the two being charged.
When the matter was mentioned in the St. James Parish Court on Thursday, July 13, the clerk-of-court indicated to Parish Judge Sandria Wong-Small that they were awaiting certain information from the investigating officer.
Meanwhile, attorney-at-law Stacey-Ann Young, who has a fiat to prosecute the matter, said they were in the process of gathering some information.
After conferring with the defence and the prosecution, Judge Wong-Small scheduled the matter again for mention on September 7 and extended the duo’s bail.