Man Granted Bail After Allegedly Selling Land to Over 30 People in Fraudulent Scheme


A man accused of deceiving over 30 individuals by purporting to sell them a plot of land has been released on bail.

Eldridge Martin, who faces charges including fraudulent conversion, obtaining credit by fraud, and larceny exceeding $65,000, reportedly did not own the land in question.

Following a complaint by an elderly woman from Liberta, an investigation was initiated, revealing that she had purchased the land from Martin but discovered it belonged to a neighboring church.

Martin had allegedly taken her to the property and instructed her to fence it off.

He already faced criminal charges relating to fraudulent activities on that same land.

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    • This has been happening long before Gaston time I buy a plot of land from him in 2015 and up to now the struggle continues Eldridge Martin is a scam artist.

  1. How could 30 persons bought the same piece of land? It does not make one damn sense to me,a dummy.Then again,perhaps they are all dumber than I am.I have bought and sold properties in Antigua.I have always hired a Lawyer to over see my interests.There is something about this entire matter that smells to Satan’s Hell.

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