Men in hot water for trying to defraud two banks

Men in hot water for trying to defraud two banks

Four men who attempted to fraudulently cash more than $12,000 worth of checks at two banks on separate occasions appeared in Magistrate’s Court again yesterday.

MacGuyver Mathurin, Sortheland Montoute, Mel Ann Rudolphe and Kemal are jointly charged with uttering/using false documents.  The men are between 18 and 23 years old.

According to reports, the men attempted to cash $12,640 worth of checks on 10 separate incidents over eight days (from Nov. 27, 2011-Dec. 4, 2011).

Mathurin attempted to cash a cheque of $1,650 at the Bank of St Lucia, Bridge Street branch and a total of $2,525 on two separate occasions at First National Bank.

Co-defendants Montoute, Rudolphe and Walter also attempted to defraud the First National Bank Exchange Counter at the Georges Charles International Airport with seven fraudulent cheques totaling $8,465.

The defendants are currently on bail.

The case was adjourned to Jan. 29, 2013.

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  1. Lol I eh kno if I'm wrong for thinkin so.....but I don't mind wen individuals do hits on banks casinos or other organizations which I find extorts the people of a country


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