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Why don't you go back to school and learn to spell betterzoomedic wrote:One in million chance she go stsy for the trial mmmm, that would make a good liming parthner , she must only drink sstag? ??
bluefete wrote:zoom rader wrote:K74T wrote:She have on red, she hadda be ah PNM.
Funny thing you say that, most of these scamps do support the PNM.
bluefete wrote:^ So what yuh saying? Rowley take somebody else's seconds?
You cannot change the past!
FRAUD ACCUSED VICKY Boodram has escaped prison custody, police are reporting.
And there is an alert out to all Customs and Immigration officers to be on the lookout in the event Boodram attempts to leave Trinidad and Tobago.
How she escaped is not immediately known but Boodram was being housed in the women's section of the Golden Grove Prison, Arouca awaiting her multiple court cases.
Boodram has 109 fraud charges pending in the San Fernando court. These are linked to failed cruise ship packages.
Her estranged husband, Ravi Arjoonsingh, with whom she was a director of Travel and Ship Ahoy Cruise Ltd, was also charged with taking millions of dollars from 109 people through fraudulent means and transferring the money to himself and the company in 2010.
Boodram also faces three charges of a similar nature in Siparia.
In 2016, more fraud charges were laid against Boodram, including obtaining property in the sum of $216,000 by fraud. These four charges, laid by PC Bernard, were transferred to San Fernando after she appeared in Port of Spain on 40 new fraud charges.
Before these charges were laid, Boodram had appeared at the San Fernando court on two cases of money laundering after she allegedly purchased a $629,000 E-Class Mercedes-Benz and a $2 million house in Palmiste using forged documents.
In an alert issued by the Chief Immigration Officer on Tuesday, it was advised by Boodram had escaped and that “she may attempt to depart the jurisdiction. Officers are instructed that she is not to be allowed to depart. Furthermore, if she is sighted at any port, the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is to be contacted immediately”.