Driver gets $200,000 bail on fraud charge – Guyana Times
Hakeem Khan has been granted $200,000 bail after being first denied bail and remanded to prison when he appeared before a city Magistrate in August on charges of fraud.
At first, the Police prosecutor had opposed Khan’s release on bail. However, Adrian Thompson, Khan’s attorney, renewed his client’s bail request during a recent hearing.
On the day in question, the company’s cashier allegedly gave Khan the money to make payments to Ramps Logistics for the services that the company had provided. It is alleged that Khan never returned to work, and the payments were never made. He was driving a corporate bus, which was later found abandoned.
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