St James, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Warrant Issued For Woman on Theft Charges: The St. James Parish court on Thursday, July 20 issued a bench warrant for the arrest of St. James resident Kimberley Lewis, who failed to show up in court on Thursday to answer to charges relating to fraud.
Lewis was arrested and charged with larceny as a servant and falsification of accounts after she allegedly stole over $100,000 from her employer.
Parish Judge Sandria Wong-Small issued the bench warrant in the St. James Parish Court after Lewis failed to answer to her name when it was being called.
Attorney-at-law Shelly-Ann Hymans, who was holding for Lewis’ lawyer, Martyn Thomas, asked the judge to stay the warrant until the next court date, and the judge acceded to her request.
The warrant was stayed until August 17.
It is alleged that in August 2014, Lewis, who was employed to a cable company, manipulated the company’s computer software system to reflect an incorrect total of the balance sheet and skimmed $140,000 from the company’s funds.
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