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Delta Petroleum Limited former employees face theft charges

Arrests of two former Delta Petroleum Limited female employees who have been charged with theft totaling together over Eastern Caribbean $239,000, have brought to light and the end of much rumours, reports and speculation of major wrong doings with tight-lipped  officials being brought in from overseas to manage the bulk, petroleum and propane business at Carr’s Bay.

Misses Yolanda Royer and Daunelle Hussey appeared in court before Magistrate Veronica Dorsette-Hector on Monday, November 14 and were granted bail in the sum of $120,000 each with two sureties.

Royer is facing 69 counts of theft totaling $150,605.55, while Hussey was charged with 42 counts of theft totaling $88,692.99.  Both Royer and Hussey are jointly charged with forgery, uttering forged documents, obtaining property by deception and conspiracy to defraud Delta Petroleum Ltd.

While on bail they were both ordered to report at the Royal Montserrat Police Force Headquarter in Brades once per week. Attorney Miss Marcelle Watts represented Yolanda Royer, while Attorney Kharl Marham represented Daunelle Hussey. Royer and Hussey are expected to appear before the court in March 2012.

The young women Royer and Hussey were until recently employees at Delta Petroleum Ltd. and were reportedly dismissed while other employees have been sent on vacation or suspended pending on-going investigations in wide ranging crimes of theft. The police are said to be continuing investigations.

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Arrests of two former Delta Petroleum Limited female employees who have been charged with theft totaling together over Eastern Caribbean $239,000, have brought to light and the end of much rumours, reports and speculation of major wrong doings with tight-lipped  officials being brought in from overseas to manage the bulk, petroleum and propane business at Carr’s Bay.

Misses Yolanda Royer and Daunelle Hussey appeared in court before Magistrate Veronica Dorsette-Hector on Monday, November 14 and were granted bail in the sum of $120,000 each with two sureties.

Royer is facing 69 counts of theft totaling $150,605.55, while Hussey was charged with 42 counts of theft totaling $88,692.99.  Both Royer and Hussey are jointly charged with forgery, uttering forged documents, obtaining property by deception and conspiracy to defraud Delta Petroleum Ltd.

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While on bail they were both ordered to report at the Royal Montserrat Police Force Headquarter in Brades once per week. Attorney Miss Marcelle Watts represented Yolanda Royer, while Attorney Kharl Marham represented Daunelle Hussey. Royer and Hussey are expected to appear before the court in March 2012.

The young women Royer and Hussey were until recently employees at Delta Petroleum Ltd. and were reportedly dismissed while other employees have been sent on vacation or suspended pending on-going investigations in wide ranging crimes of theft. The police are said to be continuing investigations.