Deportation For Renew’S Ex-Boss Cox

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November 01, 2019

FORMER Renew Bahamas CEO Michael Cox and his uncle Maurice were collectively fined $6,000 yesterday for working at a local scrapyard without valid work permits late last year. Senior Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans fined both United Kingdom natives $3,000 after convicting them for illegally engaging in gainful employment in October 2018. The Tribune understands their fines were paid in full yesterday. They faced a year in prison if they defaulted. The Newcastle natives were further ordered by the senior magistrate to be turned over to the Department of Immigration for deportation upon paying their respective fines.

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News date : 11/01/2019    Category : Court, Crime, Tribune Stories

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