Former Truro security manager in court over £53,000 fraud
The former manager of a Cornish security firm has appeared at Truro Magistrates Court charged with fraud totalling more than £53,000.
Kris Kinson, 39, formally of Truro, is facing five charges all relating to his time working as the manager of KBT Cornwall Ltd.
The firm operated security at car parks throughout Cornwall, including Truro and the Discovery Quay Car Park in Falmouth.
Kinson, who was suspended from KBT in December last year, will appear for trial at Truro Crown Court on October 8.
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Kinson, who now lives in Taunton, is charged with £6,000 fraud between August 7 and 15 last year abusing his position as a manager and failing to act in the interests of Brian Cook.
Between June 14 and 31 December 2012 he is accused of £10,760 fraud at the Discovery Quay Car Park in Falmouth and not acting in the financial interests of the owner, David Proctor of New Cornwall Developments.
He is further charged with £35,000 fraud between November 1 and December 16 2012 and abusing his position and the financial interests of Brian Cook.
While manager of KBT Cornwall he is also accused of committing fraud worth £1,500 between October 1 and 17 2012 and fraud of £498 between December 1 and 12 last year.
He has been granted conditional bail and must report to Taunton Police Station between midday and 9pm on Thursdays.