September 26, 2022



Linden nurses charged for selling vaccine books, off the job

The One Mile Health Centre

The two nurses who were charged for allegedly selling COVID-19 vaccine cards, are off of the job, as the investigation into the forgery continues. This was relayed to INFO 10, by Regional Executive Officer, Mr. Dwight John. He did not say whether the nurses’ service was terminated, as they are employed by the Regional Democratic Council, but that they are not working presently. “All I have to say to that, they are off the job, that is a police matter; the police are investigating the issue further.”

The two employees, 33-year-old Registered Nurse, Sandrene Chapman and 27-year-old Nursing Assistant, Anastasia Mc Kenzie, were arrested and charged for the offence of forgery _Contrary to Section 277 of the Criminal Law Offences Act Chapter 8:01. They were not required to plea and were placed on $200,000 bail each. They were also required to report to the Mackenzie Police Station every first Monday and will make their next court appearance on November 23rd, 2021.