Former Carlisle Bay employee pleads guilty to robbery

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The woman accused of robbing the Carlisle Bay resort in 2018 has pleaded guilty to aggravated robbery.

Kathy-Ann Isaac was accused of aggravated robbery after she pretended to be a traumatised victim of a robbery that took place in June 2018.

On the day in question, the Carlisle Bay resort was targeted by a lone gunman who was seen on camera grabbing bags of money which had been packed by two workers who were captured on surveillance camera emptying a safe.

One of those workers was the 33-year-old Isaac who worked as an accountant’s clerk at the hotel.

When Isaac and the other employee finished packing the gunman’s bag, accomplice Anthony “Thug Life” Govia scurried off with about $100,000 in cash.

But after subsequent police investigations and a review of the hotel’s surveillance footage, Isaac, who had worked at the hotel for about 14 years, was eventually charged given the evidence discovered.

Her partner and accused gunman, Govia, is rumoured to have fled the country and has not been found by police to date.

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  1. Her participation in such a scheme was clearly an act of gross stupidity. Most frauds would occur by falsification of documents. I just hope that the Court will have mercy on this young woman. I pray for a non-custodial sentence.


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