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The accused, Natalia Bute.
The accused, Natalia Bute.
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An auditor at a local auditing firm is slated to return to court on Nov. 22 for a preliminary inquiry into six fraud charges.

Natalia Bute, 33, is accused of making and using false instruments.

Chief Magistrate Rechanne Browne set bail at EC$20,000 with one surety and ordered the accused woman to report to the Central Police Station every Friday between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.

She is to surrender all travel documents and the court has ordered that stop notices be posted at ports of entry and exit.

Bute is charged:

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— that on Dec. 17, 2021, at Kingstown, she did use an instrument which she knows to be a false instrument to wit “a letter to FLOW” with the intention that Oydis Browne, of Redemption Sharpes, shall use it to induce Levar Franklyn, of Richmond Hill, to accept it as genuine and by reason of so accepting it to do an act to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews, of Pembroke;

— that on Dec. 16, 2021 at Kingstown, she did use an instrument which she knows to be a false instrument to wit “a letter to FLOW” with the intention to induce Moisha Vincent, of Belair, to accept it as genuine and by reason of so accepting it to do an act to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews, of Pembroke;

— that on Dec. 16, 2021, at Kingstown, she did use a false instrument which she knows to be a false instrument, to wit “a letter to FLOW” with the intention that Oydis Browne, of Redemption Sharpes, shall use it to induce Levar Franklyn, of Richmond Hill, to a accept as genuine and by reason of so accepting it to do an act to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews, of Pembroke;

— that on Dec. 16, 2021 at Kingstown, she did make a false instrument to wit “a letter to FLOW” with the intention that she shall use it to induce Moisha Vincent of Belair to accept it as genuine to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews, of Pembroke;

— on Dec. 14, 2021, at Kingstown, did make a false instrument to with “a letter to the Electoral Office” with the intuition that Annmarie Guy Medica, of Belair, shall use it to induce Lanique Providence, of Diamond Estate, to accept as genuine and by reason of so accepting it to do an act to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews, of Pembroke.

Editor’s note: This article was update to correct the spelling of the name of the accused.

2 replies on “Auditor on fraud charges”

  1. Just like I don’t know what a Ponzy sceme is, I don’t understand this article either. The woman committed fraud, that much is clear but the rest is gibberish to me.

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