Six people in Charlottetown charged in alleged 50/50 draw fraud

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Six people in Charlottetown have been charged with fraud in connection to a complaint regarding a charity 50/50 draw. The draw was the Community Cash 50/50, sponsored by the Holland College Hurricanes Football Club and Murphy’s Community Centre. They’re all charged with fraud over $5,000. Those charged include five men and one woman, all from the Charlottetown area. A statement on the Community Cash 50/50 Facebook page said an internal investigation showed there were as many as four fraudulent winners of the 50/50 draw in the first six months of 2016.

Read the full article at CBC News.