Guyanese journalist granted bail on theft charges

Guyanese-born journalist Rawle Nelson was on Wednesday granted EC$100,000 bail by a magistrate’s court in Grenada on charges of stealing, forgery and uttering a false document, the Caribbean Media Cor-poration reported yesterday.

Magistrate Karen Noel also requested that Nelson, 36, surrender all his travel documents and report to the Central Police Station three days a week.

Nelson  has been charged with two counts of stealing EC$15, 394.28 cents by reason of employment, forgery and uttering a false document, the report said.

 

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