Three more charged with fraud in connection to New Malden murder woman investigation (From Surrey Comet)
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Three more charged with fraud in connection to New Malden murder woman investigation
7:00am Monday 31st December 2012 in News
Three more people have been charged with fraud by detectives investigating the murder of Carole Waugh, found dead in a New Malden garage.
The body of millionairess Ms Waugh, 50, was found inside a Volkswagen Golf in a lock-up in Lime Court, New Malden, on August 2.
She had been missing since April 16 and died of a single stab wound.
Susan O'Shea, 61, of Hobart Court, Sunset Avenue, Woodford Green, was charged on Friday evening with conspiring with Rakesh Bhayani and Nicolas David Kutner to defraud banks and other financial institutions between April and August this year.
Earlier Elie Khoury, 39, of Spring Street, Paddington, and Derek Eastham, 55, of Great Peter Street, Westminster, were also charged with the same conspiracy.
All three have been bailed to appear at Croydon Magistrates' Court on Thursday, January 10.
So far, eight people have been charged in connection with the invesgation into Ms Waugh's murder.
Julie Witham, 47 ys, of Broadoak Ave, Enfield, was accused on December 20 of being part of the same conspiracy to defraud and bailed.
Rakesh Bhayani, 40, of Chamberlayne Avenue, Wembley, was charged on July 24 with three counts of conspiracy to commit fraud associated with Carole Waugh's identity worth about £280,000. He was remanded in custody.
Nicholas David Kutner, 47, was charged on August 16 with four counts of conspiracy to commit fraud including pretending he was Chris Waugh, Carole Waugh's brother to try and sell 6 Tressard Court in Mayfair, and withdrawing money from Ms Waugh's account.
Both men were also charged with murder and remanded in custody.
Debbie Burke, 48, of Crossbow Road, Hainault, Essex and Elaine Perkins, 51, of Claybury Broadway, Clayhall, Ilford, were also charged with being part of the conspiracy to defraud.