Tag archive for ‘Fraud’
By The Publisher On Saturday, January 9th, 2021

Civil servant and police-employee sentenced for fraud with French-side welfare system

MARIGOT — Two women – one employed by the police force and one by the government in St. Maarten have been sentenced to conditional prison sentences in the court in Marigot for fraud with social allowances. More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, October 8th, 2020

Local businessman sentenced for selling SZV doctor cards

~ Public Prosecutor: Nothing but an “ordinary fraudster” ~ PHILIPSBURG – The Court in First Instance sentenced Danny Wigley last week to 15 months of imprisonment, with 10 months suspended, for forgery and More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, January 30th, 2020

Prison time looms for parliamentarian Frans Richardson

PHILIPSBURG – The Court in First Instance sentenced Member of Parliament Frans Richardson, leader of the United St. Maarten party (USp) on Wednesday to 36 months of imprisonment for accepting $370,000 in bribes More...

By The Publisher On Thursday, May 24th, 2018

Blistering picture of mismanagement at the port

PHILIPSBURG – The attorney for the public prosecutor’s office, Rogier van den Heuvel, presented a blistering picture of mismanagement and fraud at the harbor companies on Thursday at the hearing with the Common More...

By The Publisher On Monday, December 11th, 2017

Apartment complex in Oyster Pond at heart of corruption case against Corinne de T.

PHILIPSBURG – The anti-corruption task force (TBO) arrested Corrine de T. on Sunday on suspicion of money laundering, not reporting unusual transactions, operating a trust office without a permit and destruction More...

By Online Editor On Wednesday, August 16th, 2017

Top reasons for dismissal on the spot

Theft and fraud are the two top-reasons for employers to fire somebody on the spot. The Volkskrant examined 194 labor cases that went to court during the past twelve months and came up with a top-ten of reasons More...

By Online Editor On Thursday, June 29th, 2017

Port director Mark Mingo released: Fraud to the tune of $7 million with inflated invoices

GREAT BAY – The Public Prosecutor’s Office released 46-year-old port director Mark Mingo yesterday because his detention is no longer necessary for the investigation. Inflated invoices that were paid by More...

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