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Manchester woman held with forged CARICOM Skills Certificate for court

Published:Saturday | February 14, 2015 | 11:20 AM

A Manchester woman, who was held at the Norman Manley International Airport with a forged CARICOM Skills Certificate is to appear before the Corporate Area Criminal Court next Friday.

26-year-old Alicia Fowler of Bethel Street, Mandeville was charged by the Counter-Terrorism and Organized Crime Branch (C-TOC) February 9 for forgery and uttering forged documents.

Reports are that last Monday, Fowler was attempting to board a plane destined for Trinidad and Tobago when the forged document was found during a routine security check.

A report was then made to C-TOC, following which Fowler was arrested and charged.


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