Alleged Clarendon lottery scammer gets bail bond reduction
Accused lottery scammer, Akeem Fisher, has received a reduction of his $200,000 bail bond to $150,000.
He was also remanded when he appeared in the Clarendon Home Circuit court for breaching the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transaction Special Provision Act of 2013).
The 21-year-old, who has his next court date set for February 21, was arrested and charged some four weeks ago, after police raided his house in Darlow in Mocho, Clarendon.
The police say they discovered a number of lead sheets and other lottery's scamming paraphernalia.
Fisher's arrest came amid a flurry of high profile arrests in area three that the cops said are linked to lottery's scamming activities.
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