MOCA probing graphic designer arrested for ammunition, counterfeit cash

MOCA detectives are continuing their investigation of a Kingston based graphic designer who was allegedly held with ammunition and counterfeit US dollars last month.
MOCA said it was investigating several persons involved in fraud when it conducted an operation at a property in St. Andrew and seized 50 rounds of ammunition and several counterfeit notes.
Ramon Seeriram, who is of a Kingston 5 address, was subsequently arrested and charged with breaches of the Forgery Act and the Firearm Act.
He appeared before the St. Andrew Parish Court on August 21 regarding breaches of the Forgery Act and was offered bail in the sum of $300,000.
Mr. Seeriram appeared before the Gun Court a week later regarding breaches of the Firearm Act.
He was offered bail in the sum of $200,000 and is scheduled to return to court on September 27.
MOCA said its investigators have found several documents and electronic devices which are crucial to the probe.  

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