Woman Fined $100K For False Declaration

FINED FOR FAKE PASSPORT
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Jamaica Crime News, St James: A St. James woman who reportedly made a false statement on a passport application form in order to obtain a new passport was fined $100,000 or three months’ imprisonment when she appeared in the St. James Parish Court on Thursday, June 27.

The defendant, Dian Woolery had pleaded guilty to making a false declaration.

Court documents revealed that on October 20, 2002, Woolery visited the Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) in Montego Bay and signed her name as Elaine Gayle to procure a new passport knowing that it was not her correct name.

The matter came to light on April 11 this year when Woolery went back to the passport office to apply for a new passport in her correct name.

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