BREAKING NEWS: Desma, woman accused of scamming dozens of St. Lucians, formally charged
November 7, 2016
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Desma Marliacy, the woman accused of being behind the scamming of dozens of people, was formally charged on Saturday.
Marliacy is accused of scamming close to 100 St. Lucians of money after claiming that she could get them jobs in Martinique and France.
Marliacy collected $425 EC dollars from persons for airfare and for links connecting them to jobs in Martinique as well as an additional $200 EC if the person lacks a passport.
Marliacy allegedly claimed that she could get passport for persons who did not have one at the time.
She was arrested last week and was released 3 days after.
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