24-Year-Old Woman Denies Stealing Cheques

April 9, 2013

In Magistrates Court this morning [Apr 9] Ms Anthanay Steede, 24, pleaded not guilty to charges involving the alleged theft of six Butterfield Bank cheques that were the property of Bermuda Motors and then using the cheques to purchase items including a cellphone and groceries.

The offences were alleged to have occurred between January 2013 and February 2013. Senior Magistrate Archie Warner granted bail of $1,000 with one surety and set trial for July 2013. Ms Steede was unrepresented but was assisted by Duty Counsel Oonagh Vaucrosson.

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  1. Come Correct says:

    Have fun paying your bills now…

  2. Why says:

    Is that her first name? Ok mom, why?

  3. Patricia says:

    Had to include part of dad’s name. please. If I recall correctly, this young lady has made the headlines previously. And not for the good. What a shame!

  4. Facts says:

    This young lady needs some serious help. Pick ya game up sis.

  5. nok says:

    wow so sorry to hear neighbor these are some hard times for everyone.

    • Really? says:

      yes, they are hard times for “everyone” BUT not “EVERYONE” allegedly steals to buy a stupid-azz cellphone that they feel entitled to have. Disgraceful!!!!

  6. what next ! says:

    People are having a Hard Time out here and Some still just want to Look Good in the Company of their Friends who are Struggling Too..

    • Come Correct says:

      Thats true…. I usually just tell mine I dont have a job and I’m broke…

  7. What? says:

    Wow Anthanay. You should be ashamed of yourself girl. Get yourself together. Yes times are hard but sometimes you have to think about how your alleged wrong doings will affect the people who depend on you, like your child! I’ll pray for you.

  8. He says:

    Stay up Nay!

  9. Blah says:

    With a profile description like this *About me : Um real, i dnt like bullsh$%ers, i love food, money reading* I see how she could have been charged with something like this.

  10. Dee Dee says:

    Again, gotta have and all the time.