Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Woman Uses False Identity to Apply for Jamaican Passport: A St. James woman accused of using false identity to apply for a Jamaican passport was brought before the St. James Parish Court on Wednesday.
The defendant, Marlene Hall, appeared before Parish Judge Sandria Wong-Small to answer to the charge of making a false declaration.
During Wednesday’s sitting, the prosecution disclosed that they were in possession of the question document but asked for more time to review the file before setting a trial date.
The judge acceded to the prosecution’s request then proceeded to set the matter for mention again on August 30. Hall’s bail was extended.
The court heard that sometime in 2003, Hall visited the passport office and made an application for a Jamaican passport in the name Marha Ashley.
Investigations later revealed that her correct name was Marlene Hall and not Marha Ashley.
She was arrested and charged.
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