A NSW man has been charged with fraudulently acquiring extra than $100,000 value of bushfire toughen recovery grants.
Earlier this year, detectives investigated allegedly fraudulent claims for bushfire bother relief and little business grants by government companies.
They charged a 50-year-old man at Port Macquarie police position on Wednesday with 10 counts of dishonestly acquiring monetary earnings by deception and 11 counts of making an are attempting to dishonestly manufacture monetary advantage by deception.
Police will exclaim in court the man fraudulently bought 11 NSW government grants, receiving a total of $110,000 and attempted to find a further 10 NSW government grants totalling $100,000.
The man, from the command’s mid-north waft, modified into once bail refused to beget a examine Port Macquarie Native Court on Wednesday.