More Cash Seized at Airport

More Cash Seized at AirportAntigua St. John's - On Tuesday June 3, the Office of National Drug and Money Laundering Control Policy secured another forfeiture order in the sum of £35,220 from the District B Magistrates’ Court.

The amount was seized from Patricia Robinson, a British citizen, on May 22.

The director of the ONDCP expressed his gratitude to the men and women of the organisations/agencies who assisted in securing the forfeiture, and said that “In unity there is strength and the ONDCP will remain committed in the protection of our borders."

Through the vigilance of the airport security, customs, and the ONDCP, the cash was seized from Robinson, who was attempting to leave the island without the proper declaration.

Reporting by Caribarena news, publishing by Ofer Shaked.

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she fooly

#3 Lionman » 2014-06-27 10:31

Why travel with that amount unless she did it already and neva got caught lol. If she was smart she would have just do it in increments of 10k in three trips and you wouldn't haffu declare a thing lol all that money and still too cheap to spend extra. Fools. Now she haffu prove where she get the money in order to get back the money lol by that time dem boys will already pocket that lol


RE: More Cash Seized at Airport

#2 Speed Bump » 2014-06-09 22:09

These people behave like they don't know the law! Go to the US and get caught traveling with $37000 undeclared and see if you will not lose the money and end up in jail. I can assure you that there are no record of £35,220 bank withdrawal from an Antigua bank recently. Also, note the amount of drug interceptions in Antigua that was destin to Brattain. Also, note that 99% of the times that money of this large amount that is smuggled are not clean money.

Speed Bump


#1 kirk » 2014-06-09 15:14

give the woman back your money you are all bunch of robber


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