Alleged Real Estate Agent Frauds To Be Arraigned In Court

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Francine Spencer and her husband George Spencer will return to court on October 14th, as ordered by Justice Stanley John to be arraigned after they allegedly pretended to be real estate sales agents and obtained large sums of money from unsuspecting victims.

They are being accused of the alleged fraud occurred on November 13th, 2009, at Redcliffe Street when Francine Spencer allegedly obtained $27,600 for the sale of land she was not authorised to sell.

Another victim claims he was swindled between March 15th and May 7th of that year at the same location when she collected $69,100 by falsely pretending to be a real estate agent with lands available for sale.

The police investigated in June 2010 and conducted a sting operation on Cross and Redcliffe streets where they had the couple under surveillance.

When the officer confronted the duo in the building which, at that time, housed Superman Cellular Phone repair shop, Francine dove under the rails of the balcony and tried to escape by jumping from the second storey into an alley.

 

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  1. Just curious as to why it has taken nine years since the police operation for this to come to court???

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