Jamaican Woman Charged With Forgery In The Us

Jamaican Woman Charged With Forgery In The Us

A Jamaican National was remanded to prison after she allegedly tried to pass off a fake pharmacy degree to authorities.

Investigators charged 29-year-old Christina Francine Miller with one count of Forgery of a Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Degree and two counts of Uttering of a Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Pharmacy Degree knowing same to be forged with intent to defraud.

She was further charged with one count of Forgery of a College Bound High School Diploma and two counts of Uttering of a College Bound High School Diploma knowing same to be forged with intent to defraud.

Police alleged the offences were committed last November.

Miller, who recently returned from Massachusetts, was living in Cassada Gardens at the time of the alleged offenses.

She is due back in court on April 16.