Man charged with laundering money earned through prostitution committed for trial

A GOREFIELD man charged with laundering money earned through prostitution has been committed for trial before Cambridge Crown Court. Forty-year-old Jason Shelly, is accused of laundering cash between March 2007 and April 2009; and inciting prostitution in

A GOREFIELD man charged with laundering money earned through prostitution has been committed for trial before Cambridge Crown Court.

Forty-year-old Jason Shelly, is accused of laundering cash between March 2007 and April 2009; and inciting prostitution in the town over a five year period.

Shelly, of Honeyhill Road, has indicated not guilty pleas to all offences, and is due to appear before Cambridge Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on December 4.

Co defendant 23-year-old Cher Pearce, of Eyebury Road, Eye, is charged with inciting prostitution in Wisbech between May 2004 and June 2009; and a third defendant, Alan Pattison, 42, of Stantonbury, Milton Keynes, is charged with inciting prostitution in Huntingdon between May 2004 and June 2009 .


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Shelly is accused of intentionally causing or inciting another person to become a prostitute in Wisbech between May 1 2004 and June 4 2009, for or in expectation of gain for himself.

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