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Aug 31, 2015

18 Counts of Forgery for Glenford Logan

Glenford Logan

A seventy-two year old man of the Buttonwood Bay area, Belize City, claims he is the recent victim of theft and is accusing a Buttonwood Bay mechanic of stealing over five thousand dollars in cash from his personal Scotia Bank account. The theft took place within a two-week period in which eighteen cheques were cashed unknown to him.   This afternoon, Glenford Logan was arraigned for eighteen counts of theft, eighteen counts of forgery and eighteen counts of claiming upon a forged document. A total of fifty-four counts were read to Logan within a one hour period before Magistrate Ladonna John.   Logan is represented by attorney, Darrell Bradley. Allegations by John Oliver are that between the period of August fifth and August twenty-second, Logan stole from his Scotia Bank account, a total of five thousand nine hundred and thirty-five dollars. Logan was offered bail in the sum of six thousand dollars plus one surety and numerous conditions were imposed on him. Oliver is alleging that his cheque book had gone missing and is pointing at Logan for cashing cheques from his Scotia Bank account.

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