Man to stand trial for money-laundering
A 34-year-old man has denied a string of money-laundering offences.
Jeron Douglas will stand trial next year accused of five charges under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
It is alleged that Mr Douglas, from Sandys, converted around $45,000 in criminal proceeds into other currencies to help another avoid prosecution.
The offences are all alleged to have taken place in Pembroke Parish between October 2014 and February 2015.
Mr Douglas was released on bail until a trial date is set on January 10.
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