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February 11, 2014
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48-y-o woman on $200,000 fraud rap remanded
A 48-year-old woman is currently remanded in custody after she was accused of defrauding a group of persons of more than $200,000, after promising them overseas employment.

Charged with obtaining money by false pretence and conspiracy to defraud is Ann-Marie Morgan of a Kingston 13 address.

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It is alleged that between February and August of last year, Gordon took a total of $280,000 from 14 persons stating that she was able to provide employment for them in Canada.

Gordon, who did not deny the allegations, told the court, "I took the money from them but I do not have it, I gave it to ... who lives in Florida. I intend to pay it back, I'm just asking for some time."

She was ordered by Resident Magistrate Judith Pusey to repay the monies by March 3.

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