Teen forger admits counterfeit charges

| 27/06/2014

(CNS):A seventeen-year-old boy who is understood to be a top student at a private high school in Grand Cayman has pleaded guilty to two charges relating to counterfeiting. The teen is expected to be sentenced at the end of August after admitting that he was in possession of a fake CI$50 bill at his school last October and related implements of forgery at his home in Bodden Town. Represented by defence counsel Richard Barton, the young student was bailed to appear in court on 28 August pending a social enquiry report for his sentencing hearing.

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