Baker denies theft of over $400,000

| 31/01/2012

(CNS): A local baker pleaded not guilty to fraud and theft on Friday and will now face a judge alone trial next month regarding a number of offences that the prosecution says were committed between August 2006 and July 2008. Dave Bryan a partner with a local bakery firm is accused of stealing more than $400,000 from both Cayman Bakery and Foster’s supermarket. Bryan is also charged with various counts of fraud and conspiracy that relate to attempts to obtain a loan in his business partner’s name and attempting to conceal the proceeds of crime.

Bryan, who is currently in custody in Northward Prison, faced five counts in total and pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. The trial is set to start on 20 February without a jury.

Raquel Bryan and Seymour Morgan were originally charged alongside Bryan however, the court heard Friday that after the alleged co-conspirators had spoken with the police they would not be facing trial with Bryan.

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