It had been reported that on Thursday during a joint operation by the police and military forces of Great Pond St. Ann, seven people, one of which is a minor, was taken into custody.
On the authority of the police, between the hours of 5:00 am to 9:00 am Thursday morning, during the joint operation that was led by the Lottery Scam Task Force, an array of homes were probed in St. Ann at the Great Pond Estates.
Among the items commandeered, were two laptops, a Toyota Crown, three BMW motor vehicles, a Mark X, and ten cellular phones. Among the individuals in custody, including the seventeen-year-old minor, all have been inculpated and charged with failing to comply with the fraudulent transaction act and the tenancy of identity information.
None of the particulars in regards to the culprits’ identity has been confirmed by the Lottery Scam Task Force, as the investigation is still ongoing.
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