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Woman charged with 18 counts of possession of false documents

Kaylisa Kemp, 21, of Homestead Street, was charged yesterday with 18 counts of possession of false documents.

It is alleged that on April 25, 2019, Kemp, with the intent to defraud, was in possession of three Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) checks in the name of Denise Carey, drawn on the account of Cable Bahamas and made payable in the amount of $478, totaling $1,434, knowing the checks not to be genuine.

Kemp was also allegedly in possession of three RBC checks in the name of Paul Murray drawn on the account of Cable Bahamas and made payable in the amount of $468, totaling $1,404, knowing the checks not to be genuine.

She was also allegedly found with three RBC checks, totaling $1,434, that were made payable to Jessica Forestal.

She was also allegedly found with three RBC checks totaling $1,664 that were made payable to Brianca King and three RBC checks totaling $1,464 that were made payable in the name of Michael McKenzie.

Kemp, who appeared before Assistant Chief Magistrate Carolyn Vogt-Evans, was not represented by an attorney and pleaded not guilty to the 18 charges.

She elected to have the matter heard in the magistrate’s court and returns to court February 10, 2020.

Artesia Davis

Senior Reporter at The Nassau Guardian
Artesia primarily covers court stories, but she also writes extensively about crime.

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