By Racquel Porter
An April 12 trial date has been set for Amouy Hemmings, who is accused of defrauding Quest Security company of more than $600,000.
Ms Hemmings, who is represented by attorney John Jacobs, had her bail extended when she appeared in the Kingston and St. Andrew Parish Court on Friday.
She is charged with conspiracy to defraud, forgery, uttering forged documents and causing money to be paid out by means of forged documents.
Reports are that Ms Hemmings was stationed as a security guard at the Windalco bauxite plant.
She was also required to compile the hours of security officers for payroll.
In August 2022, payment for 13 pay cycles, amounting to $657,350, was made to her brother, who by this time was no longer employed to the company.
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