Charges dismissed in Leland cellphone fraud case

Charges dismissed in Leland cellphone fraud case

first_imgDaniel Gbediame, 26, was charged with obtaining property by false pretenses. LELAND, NC (StarNews) – Charges were dismissed Monday against a Fayetteville man arrested in August on allegations he fraudulently obtained over $11,000 in new cellphones.According to a news release at the time of the arrest, Daniel Kwaku Gbediame, 26, was charged by the Leland Police Department with obtaining property by false pretenses in the amount of $11,550 in new cell phones.- Advertisement - The release stated officials believed Gbediame was “involved in multi-jurisdiction fraud involving new cellular phones.”But on Monday the Brunswick County charges against Gbediame were dismissed, according to the Brunswick County Clerk of Court’s Office.last_img

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