Prosecutors today included fifty one charges in opposition to Adam Jones to an initial 24 laid when he as was arrested in February.
The charges contain that he dealt with identity info to dedicate indictable offences, knowingly dealt with proceeds of criminal offense, possessed facts with intent to dedicate pc offences and possessed a prohibited drug.
Prosecutors say the alleged fraudulent actions ended up carried out by an specific primarily based in South Australia from early 2019, and then in NSW from August 2019.
Back again in 2012, Jones worked for Ms Lensink though she was in Opposition.
He resigned quickly when she conforonted him in excess of an difficulty.
“The workers member has tendered their resignation powerful quickly,” she mentioned at the time.
The NSW Police Power Cybercrime Squad, together with South Australia Police proven Strike Power Cedrilla to examine alleged modified payroll facts and allegedly fraudulent financial institution accounts throughout NSW and South Australia.
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Police allege Jones, 32 specific individuals and corporations throughout Australia.
Jones was arrested in February and officers seized his laptop and cell cellphone.
Homes in Newtown and Erskineville ended up also searched and police seized mobiles phones, computers, digital devices, personal identification documentation, prohibited prescription drugs, like liquid steroids and cryptocurrency.
Police will allege that Jones acquired the millions of pounds as a result of co-ordinated determine theft and the institution of fraudulent accounts.
SAPOL investigators have also arrested a 32-year-previous gentleman and 28-year-previous lady at a home in Seaton, South Australia. The pair have been billed and remain before the courts.
Jones is following thanks to seem at Central Neighborhood Court in Sydney on July 23.