Alleged gangster Tesha Miller charged with fraud
Alleged Clansman gang leader Tesha Miller has been charged with making false representations of his travel documents.
When the matter came before Senior Parish Judge Judith Pusey this morning the police disclosed he was charged.
Miller is to appear in the St Andrew Parish Court on April 18.
Attorney-at-law Bert Samuels who is representing Miller says he will be making an application for bail.
The charge stems from Miller allegedly travelling in false names.
The alleged gangster was last week deported to Jamaica from The Bahamas.
He had been in custody since and so yesterday, Samuels went to court asking that Miller be released since he was not charged.
The police had listed him as a person of interest for sometime now.