Manea pair charged with fraud offences
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A man and woman from Manea near March, who were arrested after investigations by the tax man now, face a variety of charges have appeared at a London court with a woman from New Malden in Surrey.
Stephen Jones, 51, and Dorothy Jones, 63, both of Dunvegan Close, Manea, and Denise Oliver, 45, of Springfield Place, New Malden, Surrey, appeared at Wimbledon Magistrates Court.
Stephen Jones is charged with fraud by false representation, namely representing the contents of a £115,000 mortgage application were true on or before December 31 2007.
He is also charged with one count of money laundering between January 29 2008 and November 14 2013 by receiving the cash proceeds of crime into a Santander bank account to facilitate mortgage payments.
Dorothy Jones faces one count of cheating the public revenue, namely tax evasion.
Oliver is charged with managing brothels used for prostitution in Burlington Road, New Malden and two in St James Road, Surbiton, between June 16 2009 and November 14 2013.
She is also charged with possession of criminal property, namely £1,220 cash, at her home address on November 7 last year.
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All three were bailed unconditionally to appear at Kington-upon-Thames Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on December 23.