Wednesday 30 September, 2020

Three Irish Nationals arrested in Cayman on multiple charges of deceit

Three Irish Nationals were arrested on Saturday on a string of charges including working without a permit. 

Reports are that the men attended a business on North Church Street and offered to paint the parking lot of the business for a fee while claiming to be employed by the National Road Authority (NRA).

It was later ascertained by the business-owner that the men were not employed by the NRA.

The men, who are Irish nationals visiting the island, ages 20, 21 and 22, have been formally charged with Obtaining Property by Deception and Impersonating a Public Officer.

They were also charged for Working Without a Permit.

The men appeared in court on October 31, and were granted bailed ; with the trio expected to return to court on Tuesday, November 6.


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