A Second Person May Be Charged In relation To Theft At SVG Postal Corp

The SVG postal Corp is housed in the Ministerial Building in Kingstown

As investigations into the theft of EC$75,000 from the SVG Postal Corporation continues, another person may also be charged.

Sources told News784, that along with the individual who works for the state, two other individuals are under surveillance in the said matter.

While the source did disclose names to News784, this publication would not release such at this time.

On  9th July, Police Constable 196 Ettian Charles, was arrested and charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit burglary and theft, in relation to  EC$75,000 in cash stolen from St.Vincent and the Grenadines Postal Cooperation.

That incident occurred between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. on 07.07.2017, according to a report from the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force.

Charles was taken before the courts on Wednesday 12th July 2017 and was remanded in custody until a bail hearing on July 19th.

6 Comments

  1. There are many sad and bad stories in “Our abandoned City” Kingstown and this is just one of them! May God help us!

      • C. Ben David, you said that the Second Coming cannot rehabilitate Kingstown. I know that you have not given deep thought to those words because in essence you are saying that God is not Powerful, that He cannot fix things. For a second, think of some of the Miracles God or Jesus has performed. However, how about the good, upright, intelligent citizens of SVG, how do they contribute to the less fortunate? I don’t expect them to give them their money, but do they talk to children when they see wrong doing? Do they ask a child how he or she is doing at school? Do they talk to youngsters and encourage them to do well for themselves and to stay away from trouble? I think even something so small will make young people feel that somebody cares about them. I won’t pronounce a verdict on the criminal matter at hand as it is the court, but generally, one must always resist temptation and do some critical thinking. What are the consequences of my action? How much would I lose if I commit this crime? I am sure that the consequences outweigh the act. Don’t do it. It is never worth it.

  2. When the assumption is that we are having tremendous difficulty in separating out “Thieves” from “Police,” Magistrates from Lawbreakers, we most certainly are far gone down the “well BAD” and “very SAD” Road.

    Man we need help big time!

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