Cole Harbour woman accused of fraud picks Supreme Court trial

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A Cole Harbour, N.S. woman accused of defrauding individuals and corporations of $425,000 has elected to be tried by a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge.

Iris Doreen Procenko, 52, is facing 18 fraud-related charges stemming from alleged frauds that took place between January 2012 and January 2016.

Procenko was the owner of Maritime Property Management and Secure Property Management, two Dartmouth companies that have gone out of business.

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Iris Doreen Procenko, owner of Maritime Property Management Inc., leaves Dartmouth provincial court Tuesday after her arraignment on 18 fraud-related charges. (STEVE BRUCE / Local Xpress)

She has been charged with nine counts of fraud over $5,000, five counts of fraud under $5,000, and single counts of breach of trust, possession of property obtained by crime, using false pretence to obtain money and laundering proceeds of crime.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.