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Man denies dishonesty charge

A St George's man has denied 37 counts of dishonesty after allegedly using his brother's debit card.

David Robinson, 26, allegedly used Nathan Robinson's Mastercard on 37 occasions between January and March this year in Sea Horses on Queen Street, Hamilton, charging a combined total of $18,100.

Mr Robinson is currently in custody awaiting sentencing in connection to a separate incident in which he unlawfully entered Clearview Suites and Villas and processed three refund transactions totalling $5,988 onto his own debit card through the guest house's credit card machine

Magistrate Juan Wolffe remanded Robinson into custody until next month, when the matter is expected to return to Magistrates' Court.

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Published November 28, 2013 at 2:34 pm (Updated November 28, 2013 at 2:34 pm)

Man denies dishonesty charge

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