MOCA OPERATIONS LED TO SEVEN ARRESTS

Western Jamaica- MOCA OPERATIONS LED TO SEVEN ARRESTSSeven persons were arrested during operations by the Major Organized Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency, MOCA in St. James and Westmoreland on the weekend.

 

The simultaneous operations targeted persons involved in the lottery scam. MOCA says several properties were searched in Farm Hill and Farm Heights in St. James, as well as Bethel Town, Logwood and Coral Springs in Westmoreland.

 

Items used in the lottery scam were seized.  The operations also involved the Jamaica Defence Force and the Financial Investigation Division.

 

Contributed By: Colin O Jarrett

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