Natalia Bute, a 33-year-old auditor will return to the Serious Offences Court on November 22 for a Preliminary Inquiry (PI) into allegations of fraud.
Bute is charged with two counts of making, and two counts of using a false instrument, to wit, a letter to Flow, with the intention that she shall use it to induce Moisha Vincent of Belair to accept a genuine, and by reason of so accepting it, to do an act to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews of Pembroke.
Those offenses were reportedly committed on December 16, 2021.
Bute is also charged with using an instrument which she knows to be false, to wit, a letter to Flow, with the intention that Oydis Browne of Redemption Sharpes shall use it to induce Levar Franklyn of Richmond Hill to accept as genuine, and by reason of so accepting it, to do an act to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews of Pembroke.
That offense was reportedly committed on December 17, 2021.
Bute is also charged with, that on December 14, 2021, did make a false instrument, to wit, a letter to the Electoral Office, with the intention that Annmarie Medica of Belair shall use it to induce Lancelott Providence of Diamond Estate to accept it as genuine and by reason of so accepting it, do an act to the prejudice of Terrance Matthews of Pembroke.
It is alleged that Bute was seeking to gain access to information about a certain person, by using fraudulent means.
Bute was not required to plea to the charges when she appeared before Chief Magistrate Rechanne Browne at the Serious Offences Court on Tuesday.
Prosecutor Renrick Cato did not object to bail but requested suitable surety and conditions.
Bail was granted in the sum of $20,000 with one surety, on the condition that she surrender all travel documents, and report to the Central Police Station every Friday between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Stop notices will be placed at all ports of entry and exit, and she is not allowed to leave the state without the permission of the Serious Offences Court, or the High Court.
Attorney Duane Daniel is representing Bute.