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Cameroonian and Jamaican men in court for forgery

Published:Friday | February 6, 2015 | 2:28 AM

Cameroonian man, Steeve Logmo, and David Gregory of a St Thomas address are to return to court today in relation to an alleged scam involving forged money.



Logmo and Gregory were arrested by detectives from MOCA during an operation at a Kingston hotel on January 20.



They appeared in the Corporate Area Criminal Court on January 23, where they were remanded.



It is alleged that both men conspired to fleece a businessman of more than US$100,000 by means of what the police describe as a black money scam.



However, the businessman became suspicious and reported the matter to MOCA.



An investigation was launched and an operation was carried out resulting in the arrest of Logmo and Gregory.



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