Sentencing set for Glace Bay woman in fraud case

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A Glace Bay, N.S. woman will be sentenced in July after pleading guilty on Monday to one charge of fraud over $5,000.

Linda Brunet pleaded guilty to defrauding National Money Mart of $32,400 between August and September 2015. Brunet filed multiple loan applications using different names.

The 50-year-old woman was facing 25 counts of fraud, but her other charges have been dismissed.

Brunet had previously elected to be tried in Supreme Court, but later chose to be heard in a provincial court.

Read more at Cape Breton Post

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.