Woman charged after 'posing as nurse to buy a car'

5/05/2020 9:46:00 AM

She allegedly posed as a registered nurse to get money for a new car. #9News

She allegedly posed as a registered nurse to get money for a new car. 9News

A Sydney woman has been charged after allegedly altering pay slips and posing as a nurse to get money for a new car.

22-year-old woman arrested in Southwestern Sydney after allegedly posing as a nurse to obtain money.(NSW Police Force)During the raid, police seized 4.4kg methylamphetamine (ice), which has an estimated value of $1.5m, as well as cash, a loaded pistol, ammunition and several electronic items.

As a result of inquiries and a public appeal, police arrested and charged a 21-year-old Cobbitty man with multiple drugs and firearms offences last month.Following further investigations, detectives returned to the home about 7am today and arrested a 22-year-old woman.

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22-year-old woman arrested in Southwestern Sydney after allegedly posing as a nurse to obtain money. (NSW Police Force) During the raid, police seized 4. Jetstar jets grounded at Sydney Airport.4kg methylamphetamine (ice), which has an estimated value of $1. "What's happened today with the players, I think a few of them had a cough, or one of them had a runny nose.5m, as well as cash, a loaded pistol, ammunition and several electronic items. Credit: James Brickwood Qantas' domestic flying has been reduced to 5 per cent of its pre-pandemic levels, and Mr Joyce said on while there was "light at the end of the tunnel" in the form of domestic travel restrictions easing and a possible trans-Tasman "bubble", the recovery would be gradual. As a result of inquiries and a public appeal, police arrested and charged a 21-year-old Cobbitty man with multiple drugs and firearms offences last month. Credit: SFF Around 30 films will be screened as part of the virtual festival, running online from June 10 to June 21, with a focus on Australian documentaries and local short films, plus the festival's recurring program Europe! Voices of Women in Film highlighting female filmmakers from Europe.

Following further investigations, detectives returned to the home about 7am today and arrested a 22-year-old woman. Advertisement “On Melbourne-Sydney you could see Jetstar have $39 airfares, you could see $19 airfares and we’ll still cover our cash costs on those flights," he said following an investor update. , leaving the club to make plans for him to join them later and potentially undergo self-isolation. Care seized after woman arrested for fraudulently obtaining money to purchase the vehicle. (NSW Police Force) Investigators also seized a Toyota Corolla, which will be subject to forensic examination. “We do think there is a huge potential for Project Sunrise but the time is not right now given the impact on world travel," Mr Joyce said. The woman was charged, and police will allege she pretended to be a registered nurse and altered pay slips and banking records to fraudulently obtain finance to purchase a new vehicle. Related . The airline is reviewing its existing fleet in light of the downturn and flagged it might drop some of its 12 Airbus A380 superjumbos. But a necessary one at such a challenging time for the local industry, said Small.