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Former RM on lottery scam charges for court March 2014

Published: Thursday December 12, 2013 | 3:31 pm Comments 0

Christopher Thomas, Gleaner Writer

The lottery scam trial involving attorney at law Dionne Maylor-Reid, and her three employees, has been set for March 13 next year before the Savanna-la-Mar Resident Magistrate’s Court, in Westmoreland.

Maylor-Reid is a former Resident Magistrate.

She and her three co-accused - Toniann Turner, Kadesha Blair, and Radcliffe Campbell – were given the new date when they appeared in court today.

The matter was rescheduled because a forensic report was outstanding from the prosecution’s case-file.

Maylor-Reid and her three employees were arrested on September 2, when a team from the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Task Force raided her Savanna-la-Mar office and reportedly found incriminating evidence.

In addition, a firearm was allegedly found during the search.

The lawyer and her co-accused are to stand trial before the Western Regional Gun Court on that matter, on January 20 next year.


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