Ex-Cambridge Bay housing manager accused of defrauding $133K from employer

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A former housing manager in Cambridge Bay charged with defrauding his employer allegedly transferred more than $100,000 of company money to his personal credit card, according to court documents. His case was in court this Monday in Cambridge Bay and will be back in court Jan. 9.

Spent significant amount of unauthorized funds

Jim Peckham, 51, is charged with defrauding the Cambridge Bay Housing Association of $133,500 between February 2012 and May 2014, according to documents filed with the Nunavut Court of Justice. Police began investigating in December 2015 after an audit of the housing association revealed a significant amount of unauthorized funds had been spent over the years. 

Read more at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.