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.