Guyana: Flash drive man arrested as election fraud probe deepens

As the police probe into the alleged fraud surrounding the March 2nd General and Regional elections widens, Information Technology (IT) officer Enrique Livan who was at the centre of a flash drive controversy at the Ashmins building on march 4th was yesterday arrested by the police.

Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum yesterday confirmed that a total of five persons are currently in police custody as the investigation continues. Livan was arrested yesterday morning.

Region Four Returning Officer Clairmont Mingo and three of his assistants, who have been identified as Carolyn Mikhaik Duncan, Sheffern February and Michelle Miller remain in police custody.


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