Man, 72, jailed at Falkirk Sheriff Court over passport fraud incidents

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A pensioner has been jailed after being convicted of fraud.

James McFarlane McDonald (72) was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Friday following a police investigation into two fraudulent applications for UK passports in 2004 and 2011.

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Organised Crime Team officers arrested and charged McDonald in Stirling in March 2018.