Two men who denied having forged credit and debit cards were yesterday remanded to prison.
Antonio Coleby, 38, of Tiaga Close, Sea Breeze Lane, denied six counts of possession of a forged document at his arraignment before Magistrate Samuel McKinney.
Reynaldo Thompson, 25, of Flamingo Gardens, also denied four counts of possession of a forged document when he appeared before McKinney.
Prosecutors allege that on May 27 Coleby was found with a FirstCaribbean International Bank visa card in the name of Desmond Smith; a blank magnetic stripped card in the name of Dwaynisha Shepherd; a Gamer’s Reef card in the name of Dwaynisha Shepherd; a Scotiabank gold Mastercard in the name of Desmond Smith; a Scotiabank American Advantage card in the name of Linwood Saunders and a Scotiabank gold Mastercard in the name of Dario Curry.
Coleby, who is represented by Lennox Coleby, returns to court on July 12 for trial.
As for Thompson, prosecutors say on May 27 he was found with blank credit cards issued by HSBC France, Ing-iba bank Germany, wells Fargo and National Westminster bank, PLC.
Thompson, who is represented by Jomo Campbell, returns to court for trial on July 2.
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