Sint Maarten man denies fraud charges
A man from the Caribbean island of Sint Maarten denied four charges of bank fraud.
Angelo Toussay, 35, pleaded not guilty to stealing $2,350 from HSBC and an attempt to steal a further $8,590.
The offences are alleged to have happened between July 20 and 24. Mr Toussay also pleaded not guilty to having plastic cards with magnetic strips and a machine designed to make false credit cards for the purpose of stealing money in St George’s between the same dates.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe remanded Mr Toussay in custody and adjourned the case until tomorrow.
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