Three women separately accused of fraudulently obtaining thousands of dollars’ worth of bushfire and COVID-19 recovery grants are set to face court in New South Wales.
- A 32-year-old woman is facing eight charges of dishonestly obtain financial benefit by deception
- She’s accused of fraudulently obtaining $60,000
- Two other women accused of similar offences are also due to appear in court
Earlier this month a 32-year-old woman in the Mid North Coast Correctional Centre was charged with eight counts of dishonestly obtain financial benefit by deception.
Police allege she fraudulently obtained six NSW Government grants totalling $60,000.
“We will allege that the offences occurred between April 1 and June 1 last year,” Hunter Valley…