St. Lucian woman appears in Grenada court on fraud charges (see video)

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A St. Lucian woman, who was arrested on Monday for fraudulent activities in Grenada, appeared  in the St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Thursday, March 16.

Kishael Conchon, 22, residing in Grand Anse, St. George, was arrested during a police operation on Monday, March 13, 2017 after a quantity of fake ATM cards, MoneyGram and Western Union transfer receipts, along with other items were found in her possession.

She was charged with three counts of money laundering, two counts of attempt to commit a crime, to wit fraud by false pretense and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Conchon has since been granted bail in the sum of $30,000 with two sureties.

She is scheduled to reappear in court on Friday, March 24.

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  1. She is not in her country hence the reason she brave walking infront the camera. Use your education wisely my girl instead of stealing from other people hard earned money.

  2. It is really a disappointment when it is a past student who had the potential to be her very best. The sacrifices that struggling parents make n these young ppl dont stop to yhink or even appreciate

    • That’s part of the issue. The parents make the sacrifices, they don’t allow the children to make any. As a result, the children can’t appreciate the sacrifices made by their parents so they behave in any manner.

  3. They want to get rich now.

  4. Such a shame and a waste. I know this young lady on a personal level and it is very disappointing to see that this is the path she has chosen. I sympathize with her father the most because I know the sacrifices he made so she can have an education and this is the thank you. Kids today…SMH.


      this is why some parents just tell you now a days thye not killing themselves to make sacrifices for children now,its like thye wont go the extra mile and i can understand why they would say such when you encounter situations like this one.

  5. Smh check my former classmate

  6. Seems so nonchalant about it….sigh…what is the youth coming to?…smh

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