Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Jamaican national arrested for lottery scam

Gulfport, Mississippi authorities arrested a Jamaican national on Monday for his alleged involvement in wire fraud.

Damion Aljunior Hill, 33, faces two accounts of wire fraud and risks being deported to his home country.

Initial investigation revealed that two victims were informed that they had won the lotterty but were asked to pay taxes before the cash would be given to them. The two victoms willingly sent money to Jamaica. They of course, never received any of their so called winnings.

Hill was booked into the Harrison County Detention Center, and bond was set at $125,000 on each charge.


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