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Robert Todd Seward was sentenced to 6 years, 8 months' imprisonment after pleading guilty to thefts and other financial crimes against the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, where he had worked as general manager and tennis pro for over nine years.
Former tennis pro Robert Todd Seward pleaded guilty to a slew of charges related to him stealing thousands of dollars from the Cayman Islands Tennis Club.
Former tennis pro Robert Todd Seward was remanded into custody Tuesday and defence attorney Prathna Bodden indicated that he will plead guilty in Grand Court on Monday.
The theft and forgery case of Robert Todd Seward was delayed again on Friday as the Crown counsel and defense attorneys try to find a path to arraignment and trial.
Evidence and arguments concluded last week in the trial of Odain Lloyd Ebanks, charged with robbery and possession of an unlicensed firearm. Mr. Ebanks had elected to be tried by judge alone and Justice Marlene Carter said she would hand down her verdict on Friday, Oct. 12.
Robert Todd Seward, the former manager and head professional at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, had his theft and forgery case moved from Summary Court to Grand Court on Monday.
The former manager and head professional at the Cayman Islands Tennis Club, accused of theft and forgery, appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday, only to have his case adjourned again.
Robert Todd Seward appeared in Summary Court on Tuesday facing 72 charges that include theft of US$22,856.21 and CI$116,398 from the Cayman Islands Tennis Club.