Alleged mastermind of love scheme that defrauded disabled man of $850k arrested

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A self-confessed criminal who fled to Jamaica a decade ago — allegedly with the proceeds of a massive fraud that victimized a disabled Ottawa man — is now behind bars at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre.

Nolan Johnson was arrested at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport earlier this month. On Tuesday, dressed in white pants and a white-patterned shirt, he was remanded in custody at the Ottawa courthouse on charges of fraud, conspiracy and possession of proceeds obtained by crime.

Read the full article at Ottawa Citizen.