Moldovan admits bank fraud charges
A Moldovan man admitted four charges of bank fraud and attempted fraud yesterday.
Magistrates’ Court heard that Iurie Rogojina, 34, stole $167.50 from Clarien Bank and $780 from Butterfield Bank.
He also admitted an attempt to steal $4,315 from Clarien Bank and a further $4,150 from Butterfield Bank.
The offences happened between May 11 and 12 in Smith’s and Hamilton Parish.
Alan Richards, who appeared for the prosecution, told the court that Rogojina had not worked alone.
Magistrate Maxanne Anderson remanded Rogojina in custody until June 16 for sentencing.
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