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Four convicted for lottery scamming to be sentenced June 3

Published:Thursday | May 26, 2016 | 5:56 AM

The four Westmoreland men who on last week pleaded guilty to lottery scamming in the Westmoreland Circuit Court are to be sentenced in June 3.

They are:

1. Steven Ricketts, 33-years- old, construction worker of Williamsfield,Westmoreland.
2. Romeo Campbell, 25-years- old, farmer of Williamsfield, Westmoreland.
3. Onick Clarke, 27-years- old, of Whithorn, Westmoreland.
4. Lourey Rodney, Travoy Taylor and Kenroy Rhoden of Westmoreland addresses.

They all appeared before court on charges of being in possession of identity information following intensive investigations by the Westmoreland Proactive Investigation Unit.

Clarke, Campbell and Ricketts were arrested and charged on April 5, 2016 and pleaded guilty on Tuesday, May 17 in Westmoreland Circuit Court.

Rodney was arrested and charged on February 2, 2015 and pleaded guilty on Thursday, May 19.

Taylor was arrested and charged on October 22, 2013, while Rhoden was arrested and charged on December 1, 2013.

They both pleaded guilty on Tuesday, May 17.