Cassava Piece, Kingston businesswoman charged for fraud
The Major Organised Crime and Anti-corruption Agency (MOCA) says it has now charged a woman for her role in the production of fraudulent motor vehicle insurance documents.
She is 44-year-old businesswoman Sandra Morris of Cassava Piece, Kingston.
She was charged yesterday for Conspiracy to Defraud, Simple Larceny, Receiving Stolen Property and Obtaining Money by means of Forged Documents.
Morris was arrested by detectives during a joint MOCA/Fraud Squad pre-dawn operation on January 21, which targeted persons suspected of using Cover Notes which were stolen from an insurance company.
The police say a large quantity of drivers’ licence applications, driver’s licences, motor vehicle titles as well as fitness certificates and cover notes, belonging to the insurance company were seized.
They say further investigations revealed that Morris conspired with Ronald Oats, who has already been charged, to produce and issue fraudulent motor vehicle insurance documents bearing insignias of the insurance company.
She is to appear in the Corporate Area Criminal Court on February 19.
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