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July 15, 2014
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Man remanded for tendering fake cheque

A man who pleaded guilty to tendering a fake cheque to First Global Bank was remanded in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court on Thursday.

Devon Slowly, who is otherwise called Oakley Patterson, pleaded guilty to possession of a forged document, two counts of uttering a false document, and making a false declaration.

He is to return to court on July 18 for sentencing.

It is alleged that the accused was attempting to change a cheque valued at $1.3 million when it was discovered, by one of the bank's representatives, that Slowly's documents were fake.

It is reported that the tendered cheque and Slowly's driver licence were fraudulent.

The police were called in and Slowly was subsequently arrested.

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