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Former Portmore Mini Bus Association president trial stalled

Published:Monday | November 18, 2013 | 5:37 PM

Rasbert Turner, Gleaner Writer

The fraud trial of former president of the Portmore Mini Bus Association, Carl Campbell, could not proceed today because of the absence of a witness.

His bail has been extended until February 3 next year.

It is alleged in October 2010 Campbell collected a total of $360,000 to procure a road license for a bus driver.

A year later the complainant’s coaster bus was seized by Transport Authority and police personnel.

Following investigations it was discovered that the road licenses was fraudulent.

A report was made and Campbell was subsequently arrested and later charged.


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