24.1 C
Sunday, July 21, 2024
HomeNewsRegional NewsBVI: Trial date set for trio as former Ports boss pleads not...

BVI: Trial date set for trio as former Ports boss pleads not guilty


(BVI News) Former BVI Ports Authority Director Oleanvine Pickering Maynard pleaded not guilty to charges of racketeering when she appeared before Magistrate Judge Melissa Damian in a Miami court last Thursday.

The former ports boss was arraigned separately from her co-accused — the former Premier Andrew Fahie and her son, Kadeem Maynard aka Blacka; both of whom earlier pleaded not guilty to the charge of Interstate and Foreign Travel in Aid of Racketeering.

According to the new charge, Maynard knowingly travelled in interstate and foreign commerce with the intent to promote, manage, establish, carry on and facilitate the promotion, management, and/or establishment of an unlawful activity that is a business enterprise involving narcotics or controlled substances in violation of Title 21 of the United States Code, Section 963.

Read more


Most Popular

Contact a Program
If you are interested in a program or advertising, send us a message.
Send Message
Signup for our Newsletter
We'll only be in touch when we've something exciting to share.
We never share your details
No thanks