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14 property professionals in court over £20M fraud conspiracy

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14 property professionals in court over £20M fraud conspiracy

Fourteen people have appeared in court charged in connection with an alleged conspiracy to defraud.

 

It follows a two-year inquiry by North Wales Police into alleged multiple fraudulent mortgage applications totalling £20 million.
 
According to the Daily Post, the accused include surveyors, valuers and mortgage advisers and solicitor Nicholas John Jones, 52, of Bryntirion, Leeswood, near Mold.
 
The defendants made their first appearance before magistrates in Flintshire on Thursday and were granted bail until a hearing at Caernarfon Crown Court on April 1.
 
They are charged with conspiracy to launder money. It is alleged that between May 2003 and October 2008 they conspired to conceal or disguise criminal property.
 
They are also charged with conspiring with others to defraud the Bradford and Bingley Building Society, Mortgage Express and other people and financial institutions into making mortgage advances dishonestly, and conspiring to falsify documents.
 
The 14 defendants are:
 
Christopher Hansen, 48, formerly of Foel, Llansannan, Denbigh, now of Llys y Castell, Kinmel Bay;
 
 Lisa Margaret Hansen, 41, of Llys y Castell, Kinmel Bay;
 
Antony Lowry-Huws, 62, of Parc Tudur, Kinmel Bay;
 
Sheila Rose Whalley, 65, of Tai Duon Bach, Llanfairtalhaearn near Abergele;
 
Michael Georgieff-Jones, 67, of Bedw Arian, Cwm Road, Dyserth;
 
Susan Margaret Lowry-Huws, 58, of Parc Tudur, Kinmel Bay;
 
Brendan Derek Spencer-Whalley, 43, and Nicola Jane Spencer-Whalley, 38, formerly of Pant y Carw, Ffordd y Llan, Llysfaen, but now of Royan in France;
George Walker, 57, of Coed Pella Road in Colwyn Bay;
 
Frank Edward Darlington, 59, of Vicarage Road, Kelnbrook, Barnoldswick in Lancashire;
Raymond Charles Whalley, 36, of South Hill Road, Prenton, Merseyside;
 
Linda Campbell, 40, of Baillieston Road, Glasgow;
 
and David Arthur McMeekin, 54 of Gala Street in Riddrie, Glasgow.




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