Former bursar of Plymouth school charged with fraud
THE former bursar of a Plymouth school has been charged with fraud.
Paul Gorman, of Oak Drive, Crownhill, has been charged with three counts of fraud relating to his time as bursar of St Boniface’s Catholic College.
The first charge is that he dishonestly made a false representation intending to make a gain by keeping part of his salary free of tax or national insurance.
The second charge is that he dishonestly made a false representation, using a particular bank card to purchase goods and services.
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The third charge is that he committed fraud by acting “against the financial interests of the college and Plymouth City Council” and dishonestly abused his position as bursar.
Gorman will appear before Plymouth Magistrates Court on January 11, 2012.