A man was captured and charged on Tuesday after he supposedly endeavored to cheat a budgetary organization.
Marlon Taylor, a 32-year-old business improvement officer, purportedly prescribed and submitted credit applications to a monetary foundation in the interest of men acting like cops, looking to exploit a selective offer open to representatives of the police power.
Endless supply of the reports submitted, it was found that they were fashioned. The Police were cautioned and an examination propelled. Taylor was in this way captured and charged.
In the mean time, the police have distinguished four ‘persons of enthusiasm’ in the matter and have asked that they answer to the Fraud Squad office by 9:00 am Monday, May 11.
They are: Rohan Reid, of a Kingston 17 location; Floyd Walters, of a Kingston 10 location; Davian Burton, of a Kingston address and; Andre Walters of a Clarendon address.