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Woman charged after allegedly fabricating evidence and money laundering – MEOCS

A woman has been charged following an investigation into money laundering and criminal activity in Sydney’s south-west.

Investigators from the State Crime Command’s Middle Eastern Organised Crime Squad established Strike Force Rinis2 to investigate money laundering associated with criminal activity in south-west Sydney.

Following extensive investigations, strike force officers arrested a 36-year-old woman during a vehicle stop at Cobbitty, about 10am Wednesday 14 September 2016.

She was taken to Narellan Police Station and charged with fabricate false evidence and money laundering – knowingly deal with proceeds of crime.

Police will allege in court the woman created a false debt to allow monies to be paid back to her through a third party in contravention to Supreme Court orders.

The Theresa Park woman was refused bail to appear at Campbelltown Local Court Thursday 15 September 2016.

Following the arrest, strike force investigators executed a search warrant at a home at Theresa Park and an office in Sydney.

Officers located and seized documentation and electronic storage equipment, which will undergo forensic examination.

Investigations are continuing.

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