LoneStar Cell MTN employee found guilty
An employee of the LoneStar Cell MTN defendant Suzete Binda Blake has come down guilty in a trial for misapplication of entrusted properties, following months of prosecution at the Criminal Court “C” presided over by Judge Emery S. Paye.
The indictment against defendant Suzette says while she was serving as Regional Sales Supervisor responsible to supply stores, gas stations, pharmacies and bus stops with electronic mobile money and stocks, she allegedly converted the proceeds into her personal use.
Prosecutors indicted defendant Suzette Blake following the alleged misapplication of US$66,000 and L$449,515.00, respectively. She has been on months of prosecution for alleged misapplication of entrusted property. Prosecutors said defendant Suzette intentionally committed the act between March 2014 and July 2015, while serving as regional supervisor at Lone Star Cell MTN.
She allegedly sold goods given her by the company, but allegedly deceived the company and converted proceeds of the sales into her personal use. She had allegedly deprived the company US$66,000 plus L$449, 515, but she denied the charge in the course of the trial when she took the witness stand. The defendant was granted a bench trial after announcing to the court that she waived her rights to jury trial.
By Winston W. Parley-Editing by Jonathan Browne