Theft, false accounting charges go to Grand Court

Set for mention on Oct. 23

A woman accused of stealing more than $58,000 elected on Tuesday to have the matter heard in Grand Court. 

Magistrate Grace Donalds sent charges against Verryll Shavaun Seymour to the higher court after a preliminary inquiry. 

Seymour, 45, is charged with dishonestly appropriating $58,935.97 from Flowers Bottled Water Ltd. between Oct. 1, 2010, and Nov. 1, 2012, with intent to permanently deprive the company of the money. 

She is further charged with false accounting. Details of the charge allege that between Jan. 1 and Oct. 31, 2012 she dishonestly destroyed, concealed or falsified Flowers Bottled Water documents, records or accounts for accounting purposes, with intent to cause gain for herself or another or cause loss for another. 

The defendant was directed to appear in Grand Court on Oct. 23. 

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