Police formally charge three St James men for money laundering
The three men who were arrested on Friday by the police in Montego Bay on suspicions of money laundering have now been charged.
The Constabulary Communications Network (CCN) said the men, who were arrested by detectives from Major Organized Crime and anti-corruption Taskforce (MOCA) during a joint operation with the Financial Investigation Division (FID), were formally charged today.
Charged with money laundering are: Robert Dundar, otherwise called ‘Rob’ 51-year-old, building contractor of Hatfield Meadows in St. James; Louis Nicholas Smith, a 39-year-old businessman of Peace Drive, Porto Bello Estate in St James; and 44-year-old Delroy Gayle, of Albatross Drive, Bogue Village also in St James.
The homes of the three men were raided simultaneous by personnel from MOCA and FID, assisted by members of Mobile Reserve, Area One Police, the Anti-Corruption Branch and the Jamaica Defence Force, on Friday morning. A business establishment operated by Smith was also searched during the operation.
They are scheduled to appear in the Montego Bay Resident Magistrate's Court on Wednesday, September 4.
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