An administrative assistant, accused of a financial crime, was granted $15 000 bail when she appeared before the law court on Friday.
Che Camille Adams-Boyce, of Weston, St James is alleged to have had two Barbados identification cards with registration numbers in her possession on January 4 when she was not at her place of abode. It is alleged that one of the identifications bore the name Asha Chris Yard and the other Shelly Neal Clare and purported to be issued by the Barbados Electoral and Boundaries Commission for use in the course of criminal deception.
The 31-year-old is further accused of attempting to export US$15, 737.40 which is equivalent to BDS$32, 160.05 on January 4, without the permission of the Exchange Control Authority.
The accused pleaded not guilty to both charges when she appeared before Magistrate Douglas Frederick in the District ‘F’ Magistrates’ Court accompanied by her attorney Safiya Moore.
There were no objections to bail from Station Sergeant Glenda Carter-Nicholls who requested that the accused submit her travel documents and report to a police station at least once a week.
After securing the bail with a surety, Boyce was ordered to report to Holetown Police Station every Saturday by 10 a.m. with valid identification.
The accused will make her next court appearance on April 26.