Anthony Kelly charged with eight counts of issuing forged documents, six counts of receiving stolen property, and a count of conspiracy.
It was revealed by the prosecutor on the day of the hearing that during the period of March 2016 to June 2017, Antony Kelly conducted transactions at various Tax Administration of Jamaica offices claiming that he had the authority to transfer motor vehicles belonging to a number individuals and a company.
It is reported that the senior citizen was arrested following an investigation by law enforcers. When he was nabbed, for the forged documents, at a tax office in the corporate area, Anthony Kelly had J$256,000 and US$1 in his possession.
“A everyday mi deh a di tax office and sometimes mi charge as much as five thousand dollars fi do a transaction,” was the statement given by Anthony Kelly when questioned about his possession by law enforcers.
The sixty-six-year-old man admitted that he attempted to transfer motor vehicles with several fake documents, and was subsequently remanded for sentencing when he appeared in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.
Written by Stacey Fowler