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Delta former employees plead guilty and await sentencing in the High Court

Following the arrests in November, 2011of two former Delta Petroleum Limited, female employees who were charged with theft totaling together over ECC$239,000, the case appeared before High Court last week.

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At the time of arrest, Royer faced 69 counts of theft totaling $150,605.55, while Hussey was charged with 42 counts of theft totaling $88,692.99. They were jointly charged with forgery, uttering forged documents, obtaining property by deception and conspiracy to defraud Delta Petroleum Ltd.

Misses Yolanda Royer and Daunelle Hussey appeared eventually appeared in High Court and both pleaded guilty to theft. Royer also pleaded guilty to money laundering.

Hussey pleaded not guilty to that particular last charge but according to reports, the prosecution will not offer evidence on the matter. On the other charges facing Royer and Hussey the prosecution has offered no evidence. These were two counts of uttering a forged document and two counts of forgery of certain document with intent to defraud. Royer and Hussey were remanded in custody until this Thursday for sentencing.

The presiding charge with Thomas W. R. Astovan ordered social enquiries to be done for both Royer and Hussey.

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Following the arrests in November, 2011of two former Delta Petroleum Limited, female employees who were charged with theft totaling together over ECC$239,000, the case appeared before High Court last week.

delta pipe lines on Carrs Bay beach

delta pipe lines on Carrs Bay beach

At the time of arrest, Royer faced 69 counts of theft totaling $150,605.55, while Hussey was charged with 42 counts of theft totaling $88,692.99. They were jointly charged with forgery, uttering forged documents, obtaining property by deception and conspiracy to defraud Delta Petroleum Ltd.

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Misses Yolanda Royer and Daunelle Hussey appeared eventually appeared in High Court and both pleaded guilty to theft. Royer also pleaded guilty to money laundering.

Hussey pleaded not guilty to that particular last charge but according to reports, the prosecution will not offer evidence on the matter. On the other charges facing Royer and Hussey the prosecution has offered no evidence. These were two counts of uttering a forged document and two counts of forgery of certain document with intent to defraud. Royer and Hussey were remanded in custody until this Thursday for sentencing.

The presiding charge with Thomas W. R. Astovan ordered social enquiries to be done for both Royer and Hussey.