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Seven Hanover scammers sentenced in a week

Published:Saturday | December 2, 2017 | 11:24 AM

Seven lottery scammers from Hanover have been sentenced in the parish in the past week after each pleaded guilty to breaches of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transactions)(Special Provisions) Act, 2013.  

They are:
Dennis Barrett - fined $25,000 or 12 months in prison.
Keron Small - sentenced to 12 months in prison or $25,000.
Keifer Ellis - sentenced to 15 months in prison or $30,000.
Alrick Grant - fined $30,000.00 or 15 months in prison.
Rushane Hogg -  fined $25,000 or 12 months in prison.
Shockeme Stewart - fined $25,000 or 12 months in prison.
Rashid Llewellyn - fined $25, 000 or 12 months in prison.

These persons were arrested and charged during various MOCA anti-lottery scam operations in Western Jamaica. 

MOCA says is committed to the continued fight against lottery scam and other forms of Major Organised Crime and Corruption.






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