A former St George bank worker has been hit with 112 more fraud charges in relation to a ‘sophisticated’ crime syndicate she allegedly ran.
Sydney woman Sara Daizli, 29, was arrested and charged with 15 fraud-related offences last December following a seven month investigation by NSW Police’s Strike Force Kerribee into alleged fraudulent activity against a financial institution.
Detectives executed five search warrants in early morning raids across Sydney on Thursday morning, including a home in Sutherland in the city’s south.
Sporting a grey tracksuit pants, black jumper, beanie and thongs, a handcuffed Daizli was escorted from the home by detectives and loaded into the back of a police van.
Former St George Bank worker Sara Daizli, 29, has been hit with 112 more charges
She was far less dressed up for the occasion than at her original arrest, where she made a fashion statement wearing a tight grey onesie and designer gold slides – before complaining about the state of the police paddy wagon.
Daizli has been charged with a further 112 fraud-related offences, including 72 counts of possession of false document to obtain financial advantage and 26 counts of possession identity info to commit an indictable offence.
Other charges include dealing with identity info to commit, an indictable offence, dishonestly obtain financial advantage by deception, knowingly deal with proceeds of crime intent to conceal and knowingly direct activities of criminal group.