Former GWI employee slapped with 18 counts of fraud

Former Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) Customer Experience Supervisor Dexter McKenzie was on Monday arraigned in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on 18 counts of fraud allegedly committed on the water company.Dexter McKenzieThe 48-year-old father of three, of Lot 146 Sixth Street, Alberttown, Georgetown, pleaded not guilty to all the charges; which stated that between June and October 2018, while being entrusted by GWI with a number of Republic Bank cheques totalling some $967,317 — in order that he may give same to Shane Samuels, Corlette Clarke, Dexter Forde, Lana James and Randy Hope — he fraudulently converted same to his own personal use and benefit.His defence attorney made an application for bail for his client, and this was not objected to by Police Prosecutor Adduni Inniss.Bail was granted in the sum of $102,000 in one matter, and Mc Kenzie was released on his own recognizance on the other charges. He will make his next court appearance on April 15, 2019. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGWI contractor facing fraud charges granted bailOctober 3, 2018In “Court”Bosai Employee charged with causing death by dangerous drivingAugust 15, 2014In “Crime”GWI employee granted $2M bail for causing road deathMarch 6, 2014In “Crime” read more