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Lottery scammers to be sentenced tomorrow

Published:Thursday | January 23, 2014 | 6:13 PM

Two men convicted in the Montego Bay Circuit Court in St James for breaches of the anti-lottery scam laws are to be sentenced tomorrow.

Twenty-four year-old George Thompson of Wagon Wheel district in Lilliput, St James pleaded guilty yesterday, while 21-year-old Marlon Davis of Grange Pen, also in Lilliput, pleaded guilty on Monday.

The police say members of the Lottery Scam Task Force arrested Thompson in July after he was searched and a quantity of lead lists were found in his possession.

Davis was arrested last month, during a police operation.

Both men were charged for possession of identity information.


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