Day parole for man who committed banking, investment fraud

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A man sentenced to federal time in February for defrauding the Royal Bank and private investors of millions has been granted day parole. Gregory Paul Burden, 66, of Port Williams, pleaded guilty in April 2015 to three counts of fraud over $5,000. Burden owned two companies, Advance Commission Company of Canada and Capstan Management Ltd., which were involved in the scheme.

Read the full article at Kings County News.