Plumpton Public School’s Jeanette Jeske arrested in Merrylands West, facing COVID fraud charges

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Plumpton Public School’s Jeanette Jeske arrested in Merrylands West, facing COVID fraud charges” – below is their description.

A police crackdown on organised crime has produced an unexpected catch in Merrylands West.

Plumpton Public School employee Jeanette Jeske charged with using a fake COVID vaccination certificate. The alleged misdemeanor was discovered during covert surveillance that saw a half dozen tactical officers at her door.

More Details: https://7news.link/3PoZA3C

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