Three People Deny Money Laundering

June 1, 2011

Three people denied money laundering charges at the Supreme Court monthly arraignment session this morning [June 1].

Omari Gyasus Kevin Franklin, Dennisha Sahima Simmons and Allana Tait all pleaded not guilty to laundering money between May 2007 and May 2010.

Omari Franklin faced counts involving money laundering, drug possession, possession of drug equipment and conspiring to import a controlled drug

Alana Tait faced counts of money laundering, possessing drugs and possessing drug equipment, while Dennisha Simmons faced one count of money laundering.

All stood as a three person group in the dock and pleaded not guilty to the charges as read out. All three must re-appear for mention on 1st August. They remain free and on bail.

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  1. Down 'n' Dirty says:

    One to wash , One to dry and the other to iron .