Boularderie man to plea to fraud and forgery charges

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A Boularderie, NS man is set to return to a Nova Scotia provincial court at the end of the month to enter pleas on fraud and forgery charges.

Kevin B. Lappin is charged with uttering a forged document, a Province of Alberta qualification certificate for a journeyman iron worker, possession of a forged document, uttering a forged document and fraud by earning more than $250,000 in wages based on a forged certificate.

The offences are alleged to have occurred in Edmonton, Alta. in September 2015.

Read more at Cape Breton Post

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.