The magistrate’s court has struck out a matter between Dwight Timothy of Elmshall and the National Cooperative Credit Union over the alleged theft of over 70 thousand dollars for want of prosecution.
It was alleged that Timothy, while an employee of the NCCU, stole 76 thousand five hundred and sixty five EC dollars between April 3rd 2015 and June 30th 2015.
The matter never got off the ground and was adjourned many times.
Another request for an adjournment was rejected by Magistrate Asquith Riviere for want of prosecution.
According to the order on complaint, the court believed that the request for further adjournment was not justifiable in all the circumstances of this case and it would be unfair and unjust to subject the accused to any further anguish through another adjournment.
Timothy was discharged and the terms of his bail were lifted and his passport was returned to him.
Timothy was represented by his legal team which included Joshua Francis and Gildon Richards.
He told DBS news that he was happy to put the matter behind him.
Timothy said 3 years ago nothing could have prepared him for the shocking allegations that still today feels like a bad dream.
He said that he always kept patient and placed all his trust in God.