Jane Elizabeth Moore, Calgary con artist, faces close to 400 fraud charges

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Jane Elizabeth Moore, a long-time Calgary-based convicted con artist, is facing 399 fraud-related charges involving a total of five victims.

The 42-year-old is also accused of using fraudulent bank and court documents, uttering death threats and threatening to burn down a woman’s house.

She was charged earlier this year with defrauding Rick McDonough, of Langdon, Alta., out of more than $84,000. McDonough alleges that when they first met, Moore went by the name Jane Seaman.

Moore is scheduled to appear in court in Strathmore, Alta. on Tuesday to face 82 charges related to McDonough. She is also accused of threatening to hill his son and brother.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.