10:55AM, Tuesday 23 October 2012
The trial of a police officer from Windsor Police Station who has denied 17 counts of fraud has been put back.
Detective Sergeant Narinder Sahota, 49, was set to appear at Bristol Crown Court on Friday but will now stand trial on May 7.
He is charged with nine counts of obtaining a mortgage by deception, five counts of defrauding Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC), and three counts of perjury.
His wife Rajinder Sahota, 50, also denied four counts of obtaining a mortgage by deception and three counts of defrauding HMRC.
They will stand trial at the same court.
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