UPDATE: Cops charge three foreign nationals nabbed at NMIA with over US$93,000

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UPDATE: Cops charge three foreign nationals nabbed at NMIA with over US$93,000

Friday, July 27, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Three foreign nationals who were held at the Norman Manley International Airport on Sunday with cash totalling over US$93,000 have been charged under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

They have been identified as Claudia Clijdesale,30, and Ingrid Asaitie,31, both of Suriname addresses, and 31-year-old Delroy Sanduliet of a French Guiana address.

Police said the trio were formally charged with the following offences yesterday following investigations:
1. Possession of Criminal Property;
2. Concealing Criminal Property;
3. Attempting to Leave Jamaica with Criminal Property;
4. Facilitating the Retention of Criminal Property;
5. Conspiracy.

All three are scheduled to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday, August 02.

Reports from the narcotics police are that about 2:45 pm, the three were about to board a flight destined for Guyana when they were accosted. They were searched by detectives and found to have US$93,000, SR$325, €150 and J$50 concealed on their persons. The monies were seized and they were arrested

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