A WOMAN accused of being at the heart of a £620,000 iPad fraud will remain in custody until her case is sent to the crown court. Kirsty Cox, 36, of Hamsterley Road, Newton Aycliffe
, County Durham, appeared before the town’s magistrates court via video-link today (January 15). She faces five charges of committing fraud by false representation between May and December this year, claiming she could supply iPads to a number of people. The case will now be committed to Durham Crown Court on Friday, February 1.
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