Suspected Mississauga Fraudster Arrested in Guelph
A Mississauga woman suspected of committing fraud was arrested in Guelph.
Guelph police report that on Wednesday, Aug. 30, a manager at a local bank became suspicious when a woman came into the branch and attempted to open an account with out of province identification.
Police were contacted and further investigation revealed that the 22-year-old woman in question was allegedly not who she was presenting herself as.
She was subsequently arrested and reportedly found to be in possession of other identification in numerous names.
The accused has been charged with 12 different fraud-related offences that include identity theft, uttering forged documents, obstructing police and possession of identity documents.
She was held in custody and appeared in court on Aug. 30.
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