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December 6, 2013
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Man on fraud rap remanded until January

Remanded until January 22, 2014 was the decision made in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court in a matter in which a man allegedly purported to be employed to the Jamaica Fire Brigade attempted to secure a loan.

Charged with two counts of uttering forged documents, and one count of attempting to obtain credit by fraud is Delroy Robinson.

The Crown alleges that on Friday, June 28, 2013, about 11:30 a.m., Robinson went to WorldNet Investment Company Limited, where he attempted to procure a loan.

While there, it is alleged that he identified himself under a false name, provided a false Jamaica Fire Brigade identification card, and produced a job letter under the Jamaica Fire Brigade letter head.

During an interview, the documents appeared not to be genuine and the Jamaica Fire Brigade was notified, which revealed that he had not been an employee. Robinson was subsequently arrested and charged.

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