Two Westmoreland men on lotto scam charges sentenced

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Police have reported that two Westmoreland men were sentenced for being in possession of identity information in the Parish Court yesterday

Police said that Damane Williams was arrested and charged on April 1 for being in possession of identity information and pleaded guilty on May 3.

He was sentenced to pay $350,000 or two years imprisonment at hard labour, in addition to four years imprisonment at hard labour suspended for three years.

The other man, Shane Burton pleaded guilty on May 7 for being in possession of identity information.

He was sentenced yesterday to pay $250,000 or two years imprisonment at hard labour in addition to four years imprisonment at hard labour suspended for three years.

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