Accused Lotto Scammer’s Case Transferred to Circuit Court

Latest Jamaica News, St James: A St. James man who is believed to be a participant in the infamous lottery scam, has had his case transferred to the St. James Circuit Court.

Twenty-six-year-old Christopher Myrie of a Mount Salem address, appeared before the St. James Parish Court yesterday where a committal hearing was held.

The case was subsequently transferred to the Circuit Court, and Myrie is scheduled to appear before that court on September 27.

According to reports, in November 2016, the police were carrying out an operation in the Mount Salem community when Myrie was stopped along the Mount Salem main road.

He was searched, and a cell phone with names and contact information of persons residing overseas were found. He was arrested and charged with possession of identity information.

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