Ticket fraud leads to court prosecution

BY GIFF JOHNSON

Marshall Islands Correspondent

 

MAJURO, Marshall Islands — The manager of a Majuro travel agency has been hit with criminal theft charges after accepting payments from intending United Airlines passengers, but not providing the airline tickets.

  The Marshall Islands Attorney General’s office has filed two counts each of theft by unlawful taking and theft by deception against Majuro travel agent Swinton Laikidrik who manages REA Travel. The charges were filed in the High Court by Assistant Attorney General Yolanda Lodge-Ned.

  They are based on the complaints of Majuro residents Yaichi Hanchor and Peterson Akilang . . .

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