Red Deer Man Faces Fraud Related Charges In Lethbridge
Lethbridge: An investigation by the Regional Police Economic Crimes unit has resulted in three fraud related charges against a Red Deer man.
It's alleged that in March of 2010, a man employed at T-D Canada Trust in Medicine Hat, used another person's name to apply for a $50,000 line of credit at the T-D Branch in the 2000-block of Mayor Magrath Drive in Lethbridge. The credit iine was approved and the money used for personal gain. None of the money has been repaid.
32-year old Christoper James Dyck is charged with fraud over $5000, using a forged document and possession of the proceeds of Crime. He appears in Lethbridge Court March 30th.
Posted on Friday, February 25, 2011 at 3/9/2014 3:51:27 PM
Source: Regional Police News Bulletin