Feb 28, 2013 News Comments Off on Car story takes a serious twist
… complainant wanted to embarrass couple
A report that a forged authorization was used to uplift a car which was imported from Japan at a wharf has now taken a twist.
On Saturday last, Vanetta Naipaul, of Better Hope, Essequibo visited this publication with a sad story. She claimed that she imported a car from Japan with the help of a friend, Kenrick Charles, who then back-stabbed her.
She accused the man and his girlfriend, Shanna Munroe, of forging her signature and uplifting the car from the wharf.
Since then it transpired that Naipaul merely wanted to embarrass Munroe because of her past relationship with Charles. She felt slighted after the relationship soured.
Before Naipaul came to this publication, she had already gone to the police station with the couple. They were there on Thursday and again on Friday and the matter of the importation was resolved. This was confirmed by the police.
Charles and Munroe had deposited a sum of money with Naipaul for a vehicle which they never got. Then came the promise that they would get the car that came later. Naipaul never challenged possession.
Since the publication this newspaper has failed to locate her. She cannot be reached on the telephone number she provided and other numbers have been disconnected. “If she wanted to embarrass me, she did,” said Munroe who was too embarrassed to even drive the car.
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