Newton Aycliffe woman accused of £620,000 iPad fraud back in court

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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