Alleged financial institution fraud in Guyana: Teller and trainer charged


A Republic Financial institution teller and faculty trainer in Guyana have been charged for fraudulently withdrawing cash from a buyer’s checking account.

Tyrell Davis, a 19-year-old financial institution worker, stands accused of breaching financial institution protocols to facilitate a fraudulent cash withdrawal. 

College trainer’s involvement

Donna Edwards, a 44-year-old college trainer has additionally been implicated.

 Edwards is alleged to have been the recipient of the fraudulently withdrawn funds. 

Monetary Achieve and arrest

Stories are that Davis was contacted by a pal to assist in facilitating the fraudulent withdrawal and he was paid GYD$300,000.

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Davis and Edwards have been charged with Conspiracy to Commit a Felony, Opposite to Part 33 of the Legal Legislation (Offences) Act, Chapter 8:01, to wit Demanding Property upon a Solid Instrument, Opposite to Part 278(b) of the Legal Legislation Offences Act, Chapter 8:01.

Courtroom look and plea

In a current court docket look on the Linden Justice of the Peace’s Courtroom, each Davis and Edwards pleaded not responsible to the fees levied towards them. 

They’re scheduled for an additional court docket look on December 4, 2023.