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Thursday 28 July 2016

Fraud case is adjourned for medical certificates

Published 22/04/2014 | 05:32

A MAN who is alleged to have induced people into paying a total of €2,270 into his bank account for goods they allegedly did not receive had his case further adjourned for medical certificates to be furnished to the court.

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James Ward (43) of Moylaragh Manor in Balbriggan is charged with inducing a man to make a lodgement of €360 to his AIB bank account in Balbriggan with the intention of making a gain for himself for the purchase of two Electric Picnic tickets on August 22rd which Ward allegedly advertised on Donedeal.ie.

He is also charged with inducing a woman to lodge €360 into his account for similar Electric Picnic tickets on August 23rd.

Ward is further charged with inducing a woman to lodge €400 into his bank account for the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy phone on June 4th and charged with inducing another woman to make a lodgement of €360 on May 16th for an unidentified item. He is also charged with inducing a person to make a payment into his account for €330 for an iPhone which was advertised on the website on May 27th and inducing a person to make a lodgement of €180 for Mumford & Sons tickets on June 17th.

He is further charged with inducing a person to make a lodgement of €280 into his account on June 25th, 2012.

Ward's solicitor informed Balbriggan District Court on a previous date that Ward was unable to attend as he has suffered a stroke.

Judge Dermot Dempsey agreed to a short adjournment and remanded Ward in his absence to re-appear before the court on April 24th when medical certificates are to be furnished.

Fingal Independent

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