200 hours of community service for debit card fraud


Tribune Staff Reporter


A MAN was ordered to complete 200 hours of community service yesterday after he admitted to using over $1,000 off a man’s debit card earlier this month.

Magistrate Kendra Kelly charged Shaquille Moss, 29, with fraud by false pretences.

Moss reportedly spent $1,856.99 on Khayri St Louis’s debit card between November 6 and 8 in New Providence.

After pleading guilty to the charge, the defendant claimed he only found the complainant’s card on the road.

Magistrate Kelly ordered that the defendant fully reimburse the complainant and that he serve 200 hours of community service. Should Moss fail to meet these conditions, he would face a six-month prison term.

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