Man accused of $25k bank fraud and money laundering granted $8,000 bail


Tribune Staff Reporter


A 20-year-old man was granted $8,000 bail after being accused of defrauding a bank of over $25,000 this year.

Magistrate Kendra Kelly charged Cam’ron Cargill with fraud by false pretences and six counts of money laundering.

Alphonso Lewis represented the accused.

Cargill was accused of obtaining $25,384.76 from CIBC (First Caribbean Bank) by false pretences between August 22 and September 25. He is also accused of trying to conceal the stolen cash.

After pleading not guilty, Cargill was informed that as a condition of his bail, he must sign in at the Carmichael Road Police Station every first and third Monday of the month.

Cargill’s trial is scheduled for January 15, 2024.

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