Man Denies Possessing Counterfeit Money

April 20, 2015

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Apr 20], a 19-year-old man denied possessing $1500 in counterfeit money.

Lamont Mason, pleaded not guilty to being in possession of fifteen counterfeit US $100 in Bermuda on 17th April 2015.

Mr Mason, who was described as a Bermudian currently residing in the USA, was granted $3,000 bail, required to provide a surety, ordered to not leave this jurisdiction, and surrender his travel documents.

Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo set trial for June and ordered that Mr Mason reappear for Mention on 23rd April.

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