Police charge Bongaree woman with almost 900 fraud offences

NORTH Brisbane Detectives have charged a woman with almost 900 fraud offences after a business allegedly lost over $300,000 over four years.

A 40-year-old Bongaree woman, who was an employee of the business, has been charged with 895 fraud and forgery related offences which involved the writing of cheques, forging of signatures and making false entries in the business registers.

Following an extensive investigation, police will allege between July 2012 and November 2016 a large number of fraud offences were committed against a small business in Virginia, run by a 70-year-old man and 69-year-old woman.

The Bongaree woman was denied bail and is due to appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday, February 27.

Topics:  bongaree fraud charges

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Footy dad: I can hold my head high

Geoffrey Whittaker says it's 'awesome' to see justice served after enduring a trial this week. He was found not guilty of assault.

'I'm glad I'm not the one that looks like the idiot any more'

Footy fight: Coach accused of spiteful, 'vicious' act

Geoffrey James Whittaker, who has pleaded not guilty to assault charges at a football carnival.

'Sometimes it's appropriate to defend oneself by striking first'

Dad 'head-butted' footy coach during kids' rugby carnival

Geoffrey Whittaker has pleaded not guilty two assault charges. The offences are alleged to have occurred during a children's football carnival in 2016.

Geoffrey James Whittaker pleads not guilty to two assault charges

Local Partners