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CGB woman charged for giving false info to Immigration

The Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) has charged a woman for uttering a forged document to the BVI Immigration Department.

The accused has been identified as 31-year-old Tasheka Bernard of Cane Garden Bay.

She is charged with one count of conspiracy to provide false information to a person employed in a public service.

The offence allegedly occurred back in 2022, but she was arrested on Thursday, July 4, following a probe by the COI Police Investigation Team.

According to the RVIPF, she was granted $20,000 police bail to appear at the Magistrate’s Court on September 12, 2024.


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  1. Why says:

    is this news?

  2. Don't understand. says:

    This is crazy. Thousands of people give or put some false on documents. Including prominent business people Why this one only. ? The law need to be executed fairly..

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  3. Aunty Susan says:

    Linked to the W* matter?

  4. Anonymous says:

    from reading comments ! Some people don’t fraudulent unauthorised people to be executed! They encourage and support fraud

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