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Police Academy Wives Club Treasurer Faces 11 Counts

The case of a 35-year-old woman charged with 11 counts of obtaining financial ad­vantage by deception had been adjourned to February 27 for mention. Sereima Adi Mar, who was the
06 Feb 2018 11:22
Police Academy Wives Club Treasurer Faces 11 Counts

The case of a 35-year-old woman charged with 11 counts of obtaining financial ad­vantage by deception had been adjourned to February 27 for mention.

Sereima Adi Mar, who was the treasurer of the Fiji Police Academy Wives Club, ap­peared before Suva Magistrate Liyanage Wickramasekara last Friday.

Mar was released on $2000 bail bond and ordered to adhere to standard bail condi­tions.

She is charged for allegedly obtaining $5890 from the club after promising to pur­chase club member’s uniforms and canvas for the Police Wives tournament, but failed to do so.

The alleged incident happened between February 10, 2017 to August 12, 2017 in Suva.

Her right to counsel was read out to her in court and she chose to be represented by the Legal Aid Commission.

Police prosecutor Constable Walter Taito served the accused with full phase disclo­sures.

Mar was released on $2000 bail bond and ordered to adhere to standard bail condi­tions.

Her case was adjourned to February 27 for mention.

FONUA TALEI

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