An employee at a ServiceOntario office in Prescott, Ont., is accused of defrauding the government hand, OPP say.
With the help from the Transport Ministry, The Environment Ministry and the Government and Consumer Services, Grenville County OPP began an investigation into the matter, the OPP said in a media release.
On Tuesday, a 29-year-old woman employed by a private company that operates the ServiceOntario office was arrested and charged with eight counts of fraud under $5,000, two counts of breach of probation and possession of crystal meth.
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