IT Technician charged with $105K car fraud

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IT Technician charged with $105K car fraud

A 38-year-old man was both granted and denied bail in connection with two separate fraud charges when he appeared virtually yesterday before a Chaguanas and San Fernando Magistrate, charged with larceny of $105,000.

JASON CONLIFEE, an IT technician, was charged with larceny of $70,000 and $35,000 respectively by WPC Brewster of the Fraud Squad on March 19th.

The charges stem following investigations into two reports in which police were told that two women allegedly paid money to a man as down payment for a 2018 black Toyota Fielder wagon and the vehicle nor a refund was given to them.

CONLIFEE was arrested on March 18th by Inter-Agency Task Force officers and subsequently handed over to detectives at the Fraud Squad San Fernando Office.

CONLIFEE was charged with larceny $70,000 in connection with this case and was granted $100,000 bail at the Chaguanas Magistrates’ Court.

He will reappear before the court on April 12th, 2022, to answer to the charge.

In the second case, another woman paid $35,000 as down payment for a black 2018 Toyota Fielder wagon valued at $70,000.

The accused was denied bail at the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court in connection with this report and the matter postponed to March 25th, 2022.