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Judge Ruled Eight Alleged Lotto Scammers to be Extradited to US

Judge Ruled Eight Alleged Lotto Scammers to be Extradited to US


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St. James, Jamaica (McN) – Eight alleged lotto scammers including a Police Constable and the mother of the alleged boss and mastermind of a lottery scam ring that ran between Jamaica and the United States of America, Lavric Willocks, will be extradited to the US to face fraud charges. 

According to US prosecuting authorities, the eight (8) are part of a criminal fraud organisation operating since 2009, led by Lavrick Willocks, which used an advance fee scheme to defraud 80 elderly victims of about US$5.6 million.

St. James Parish Judge, Vaughn Smith following a hearing in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court ruled on Wednesday that the eight (8), which contested the extradition, be extradited to the US.

Constable Jason Jahalal, Alrick McLeod, O’Neil Brown, Xanu Ann Morgan, Dario Palmer, Kazrae Gray, Kimberly Hudson, and Dahlia Hunter were each indicted in the state of North Dakota, USA on one count of conspiracy and attempting to commit wire fraud, 48 counts of wire fraud, 15 counts of mail fraud, and one count of money laundering.


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