Credit Card Fraud Rockland Ontario – Four men were arrestted for fraud on August 12, 2009 in Rockland Ontario

Ontario Provincial Police attended at a Shoppers Drug Mart in Rockland, Ontario on Wednesday, August 12, 2009 following complaints that a customer was trying to use a suspect credit card to make a purchase.

The customer had previously already left the Shoppers, but police located the vehicle at Wal-Mart on Richelieu Street in Rockland.  The man, and three others, were arrested.

Charges have been laid against one of the four men including:  possession and use of a stolen credit card, forging documents, and possession of property obtained by crime.

Fraud charges can be very serious.  If you or a family member has been charged with fraud, you should contact an experienced criminal defence lawyer.

Fraud Charges By Ottawa Police Against Man

According to an Ottawa Police News release, a 26 year old man was charged on December 23, 2008 with the use of a stolen credit card.  The Ottawa police arrested the man after an investigation for fraud.

The police allege that two men entered a store a used the credit card but attracted attention of the security personnel.  When the card was used a second time, the men were arrested.  However, only one individual was criminally charged.   The charges were:  Use of a stolen Credit Card, Personation, Possession of Stolen Property and Draw Document without Authority.

If you or someone you know was charged with fraud, contact Auger Hollingsworth for a case evaluation.