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Bail extended for five in Accountant General's fraud case

Published:Saturday | February 7, 2015 | 9:11 AM

Bail was extended for five of the six persons accused of defrauding the Accountant General’s Department when they appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday.



The accused persons are Rameish Watson, Kemar Lewis, Roxanne Crossdale, Anthony Munroe and Meisha Parkinson.



The sixth accused, Julio Parkinson, was remanded.



In court today, prosecutors told Senior Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey that the case file is almost complete.



The court was told that two statements are outstanding.



The case is to again be mentioned on February 13.



All six accused are charged with conspiracy to defraud, entering an arrangement that facilitated the acquisition of criminal property, obtaining money by false pretence, forgery and uttering forged documents.



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