Duo remanded for stealing from employer

first_imgTwo handymen were taken before the court on Friday after items belonging to their employer went missing on January 23, 2019 at the Stabroek Market, Georgetown.Wesley Fernand and Harry Bhawanie denied stealing from their employer when the charge was read to them.The men are accused of stealing a quantity of women’s clothing, along with other items valued a total of $391,000, property of Manelle Rogers.Police Prosecutor Sanj Singh informed the court that some of the items were recovered.Magistrate Leron Daly remanded the men to prison and the case will continue on March 1, 2019.last_img


first_imgLottery players have cooled to the Hot Lotto game so officials who run the game are ending it.Tickets for the dollar game, which has been around for 15 years, are sold in Iowa and 13 other states.Iowa Lottery officials say popularity has waned and the last drawing will be October 28th.The game is similar to Powerball but odds of winning the jackpot are one in 29 million, much better than Powerball’s odds of one in 292 million.Iowa lottery officials say the decision to end the game is not related to a 2010 fraud by a lottery vendor employee, Eddie Tipton, who has pleaded guilty to tampering with number-picking computers to predict winning numbers.They say lotteries routinely replace games with declining sales.last_img