It was a day of “mixed” results for the persons facing charges of conspiracy to commit money laundering when they appeared in court on Friday.
A 17-year-old was denied bail along with Stanley Casimir and Kern Phillip Bruno.
However, the prosecution led by Clement Joseph from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) did not object to bail for Vickson Williams, Bram Sanderson and Raisa Alexander.
Alexander, represented by lawyer Joshua Francis, was granted $30,000 with her mother as surety and was asked to surrender all her travel documents and report twice per week to the police.
Williams was granted bail in the sum of $100,000 with his aunt Solange Williams as surety. He was told to surrender his travel documents and report to the police twice per week.
Sanderson was granted bail of $85,000 with the same conditions as the others.
He is represented by Gina Dyer Munro.
The matter is set to be heard again on August 19, 2013.