Tommy Lee Sparta Lottery Scam Trial: Deejay Linked To US Citizens Information Found On Computer

Tommy Lee Sparta’s lottery scam Trial began in the Supreme Court in downtown Kingston last week and the deejay is already in hot water.

Personal information about people from North America was allegedly found on a computer linked to the Dancehall entertainer.

Detective Corporal Campbell told prosecuting attorney Sophia Thomas that he examined evidence received from investigators, which included a laptop and a one terabyte external hard drive that contained the information on the foreign nationals.

“I found a partition on the hard drive called ‘Tommy Lee’. I observed two files in the trash folder. I viewed the contents and observed they contained names, addresses, city, state, zip, and phone numbers. It was North American numbers, based on the area code,” he said.

According to Campbell, both files contained 1,001 records each for persons living in California, Connecticut, New York, Virginia, and Orlando. The police also found more than 5,500 records of personal information for people living abroad on the same computer.

Tommy Lee Sparta, whose given name is Leroy Russell, and three others were charged in February 2014 on suspicion of breaches of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transaction) (Special Provisions) Act, 2013. Two of the men were later released after no evidence was offered by cops.

Sparta and O’Brian were charged after investigations stemming from a traffic stop led police to an apartment in Kingston, where lottery scam paraphernalia was seized.

The trial is set to resume on Monday. Tommy Lee Sparta’s attorney Ernest Smith is confident that he will be exonerated.

Source: Tommy Lee Sparta Lottery Scam Trial: Deejay Linked To US Citizens Information Found On Computer | The Tropixs

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