Fraudster remanded to prison


Cordel 1Cordel Simon was today remanded to prison by Magistrate Faith Mc Gusty, after he was charged with the offence of fraudulent conversion.

Simon pleaded guilty to the offence and told the court that he is willing to compensate the complainant.

It was alleged that during December of 2011, the accused was given $70,000 to repair a motor cycle but instead converted the money for his personal use. When the Magistrate asked the accused if he has the $70,000 to repay the complainant, Simon could only show $7,000.

As such, the Magistrate gave the accused until tomorrow, August 29 to gather the full amount.[Royan Abrams]



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