BCA CEO dilemma
REVELATIONS of a conviction for grand theft in the United States against the Barbados Cricket Association’s (BCA) new chief executive officer Jefferson Miller prompted the top brass to hold an urgent meeting with him yesterday.
According to court documents from Dade County in Miami, Miller was sentenced to 12 years’ probation beginning on July 25, 2014, almost two months after starting his tenure at the BCA.
On learning of this development, leading members of the BCA board of management met with Miller at the Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Hastings, Christ Church.
A SATURDAY SUN team saw Miller in the company of BCA first vice-president Deighton Smith, second vice-president Wendell Kellman and board member Timothy Boyce, before the CEO left the meeting.