Man And Teenage Woman Plead Not Guilty Over Counterfeit Documents


Tribune Staff Reporter


A MAN and a teenage woman pleaded not guilty to possession of counterfeit documents after it was alleged they were found with more than 200 fraudulent Road Traffic Department validation and inspection stickers.

Cardinal Marshall, 46, of 7th Street and 19-year-old Deoniqua Lockhart of King Street appeared before magistrate Guillimina Archer yesterday.

Lockhart entered the court, on bail but Marshall was led into the court room in handcuffs. It was alleged that on Tuesday, July 2, being concerned together, with intent to defect the due execution of the law, they had in their possession the following counterfeit documents: 233 Road Traffic Department validation stickers,  219 Road Traffic Department inspection stickers, six Road Traffic Department licence discs and 130 Road Traffic Department decals, knowing the same not to be genuine.

The two chose to have their hearing in the magistrates’ court and pleaded not guilty. The case was adjourned to October 7 and both were granted bail of $5,000.


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