Paul Over Resident On Charge For Possession Of Counterfeit Money

David Legair a salesman from the village of Paul Over will on Monday, December 11th to know his fate on a charge for having in his possession thirty East Caribbean one hundred dollar notes which he knew to be counterfeit on September 12th, 2016.

Chief Magistrate Rechanne Browne on Tuesday, December 5th stated that the decision will be given at the conclusion of the trial at the Serious Offences Court following an address by Senior Prosecutor Adolphus Delpesche and Defense Counsel Isreal Bruce who is representing Legair.

Legair’s charge stemmed from a warrant that was executed by members of the Narcotic Division on the date in question at the home of Legair at Paul Over.

A transparent plastic bag which contained the notes was reportedly discovered on a ledge next to a medicine chest in Legair’s bedroom.  Legair told the Court that he had found the illegal cash on the public road.

However, the Prosecution is contending that had possession of the notes which he knew were counterfeit.