TICO: Unregistered Agent Carolyn Solomon Gets 18 Months In Jail
Carolyn (Michelle) Solomon
TICO has announced that Carolyn (Michelle) Solomon has been sentenced to 18 months’ jail, with credit for time served, after pleading guilty and being convicted of operating as a travel agent without registration.
The pleas and convictions under the Travel Industry Act were joined with Solomon’s pleas and conviction on six fraud related charges, under the Criminal Code of Canada.
Solomon was sentenced on both sets of charges, combined, as follows:
18 months’ jail, with credit for time already served;
Three years’ probation with the condition (in addition to statutory conditions) that Solomon not sell or counsel for the purpose of selling any travel services to the public in any capacity;
Restitution in the amount of $462,804.56 to be paid in equal monthly installments by the end of the 3-year probation period;
An Order for a Fine In lieu of Forfeiture for the full amount of restitution. Failure to pay the full amount by the deadline provided, will result in Solomon’s imprisonment for another 3 years;
A Prohibition Order for five years prohibiting Solomon from having authority over real property, money or valuable security of another person; and
An Order that a sample of Solomon’s DNA will be taken for future investigative purposes.
1924067 Ontario Inc. was sentenced to a fine of $50,000.00.