Thursday, 14 June 2018 11:01

Community Service For Woman Who Made False Kidnapping Report

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The woman who falsely reported that she and her six year old son were kidnapped has been ordered to do 100 hours of community service.

Senior Magistrate Siumongal Ramsaran sentenced Sapna Chinyan in the Couva court on Wednesday.

The 33 year old woman, of Carli Bay, Couva, admitted she used the family's savings of $30,000 to fund her gambling habit, and making a false report was her way out.

She was charged with wasting police time and pleaded guilty to the charge laid by PC Visham Ramoutar of the Couva CID.

On Wednesday, Attorney Daryl Jiles stood in for Natasha Mongroo who, in a previous hearing, said her client was sorry for her actions and was about to start sessions at the Gamblers Anonymous Association in Port of Spain this week.

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