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A househelp to British national who forged a will to inherit her employer's property has been charged with fraud at a Nakuru court.

The accused Sarah Joslyn who appeared before Principal Magistrate Bernard Mararo denied the forging the will of the late Richard Crawford, her employer.

The court heard that the accused allegedly forged the document diverse dates between January 9 and November 13, 2009 in an attempt to inherit her employer’s property after he died.

Joslyn also denied making a document without authority claiming to have been written by Richard Crawford on August 14 2018.

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The charges against her stated that on August 14 2018 with intent to defraud without lawful authority made a power of authority purporting to have been written by Richard Crawford,’’ read the charge sheet.

The accused was further charged with uttering a forged will at High Court of Kenya Registry in Nakuru County purporting to be the will of Richard Crawford.

She committed the offence on November 30 2015, knowingly and fraudulently uttered a false document namely a will purporting to be the will of the late Crawford

The case is scheduled for hearing on September 5.


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