Keswick fraudster Cullen Johnson dead, partner to be released

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Keswick, Ont. fraudster Cullen Johnson, one half of a private-investigation duo that jet-setted to luxurious locations around the world with millions purportedly stolen from people, has died.

Johnson, 67, died of cancer in a North Carolina prison in 2016. His wife, Elaine White of Newmarket, Ont., remains in an Arkansas prison, but is scheduled to return to Canada in January.

Johnson is a former Toronto police detective turned fraudster. Together, the couple scoured newspapers searching for couples in high-profile divorces and business conflict and drew up phoney banking documents, attempting to show one victim that the other was hiding money in exotic locations.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.