Taxi driver granted bail over plywood cheque fraud

A man facing three charges, including uttering a forged cheque for $1 million was on Monday granted bail when he appeared before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.

It is alleged that on December 21 at Georgetown, Rudolph Marshall conspired with a person or persons unknown to defraud by obtaining plywood in the sum of $1,246,050 through the use of a Republic Bank cheque dated December 21, 2013. It is alleged that Marshall had knowledge that the cheque had been forged. It is also alleged that Marshall uttered a forged document.

It is the prosecution’s case that on December 21 Marshall uttered to Stacy Ann Bassoo one Republic Bank cheque dated December 23 in favour …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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